Looks like Apple still cannot cater their users with proper daylight saving service. Many iOS 7 users have been complaining that their iPhone’s inbuilt calendar app is malfunctioning – the clocks have turned back an hour overnight, and the time is being displayed incorrectly in the calendar app. The bar representing the time seems to be in the right place and showing the right time, but the numerically displayed time is incorrect, according to AppleInsider. The bug hasn’t, however, affected alarms, calendar events or other notifications from sounding at the scheduled times.
iOS seems to be keen on refusing to learn from its past mistakes. Back in 2010, when iOS 4 was the “in” thing, a major flaw in the OS would cause alarms to go off an hour later than their scheduled time when daylight saving mode was turned on. On 1st January, 2011, many users were at an inconvenience – their recurring alarms had been switched off overnight. These flaws were looked into and fixed, only to pop up again, as has happened now in 2013 with iOS 7.