updated 01:30 pm EDT, Mon March 14, 2011
iOS time issues still unfixed
A number of iPhones did not properly transition to daylight savings time over the weekend, according to complaints. Like Mac OS or Windows, iOS normally advances an hour automatically during the DST changeover. In some cases however people say that their iPhones flipped an hour behind, or even an hour further ahead than the right time. In Arizona, for instance, an hour may have been tacked on despite the state not obeying DST.
Apple has failed to fix recurring glitches with timekeeping in iOS, mainly in relation to alarms. Some alarms didn't go off on January 1st this year, and still more troubles with DST transitions occurred prior to that. Apple at least twice promised to fix such errors in 2010.