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Apple’s latest Watch is crashing and rebooting due to Daylight Saving Time bug

[2018-10-08 03:23:43]

Apple just can’t handle Daylight Saving Time (DST). 9to5Mac reports that Apple Watch Series 4 owners in Australia are experiencing crashes and reboots due to a DST bug. Apple’s latest watch reportedly gets stuck in a reboot loop due to a bug in the Infograph Activity complication. Australia just moved to DST and advanced its clocks by an hour yesterday, and this appears to be causing issues with Apple’s latest Series 4 Watch. As the watch gets stuck in a reboot loop, affected users can either wait it out until tomorrow when the bug should correct itself, or attempt to remove the complication from the Apple Watch app on the iPhone. The activity complication maps hour-by-hour data on calories burned, exercise time, and how many hours...

Apple’s latest Watch is crashing and rebooting due to Daylight Saving Time bug

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