Due to a bug, iPhone alarms have sounded an hour early or late for people all over the world on Daylight Savings. Even though the time on the iPhone changes, the alarms don't adjust.
Just last week many iPhone users in Europe woke up an hour late because of the glitch, and this alarm issue could repeat itself here.
Apple published a support document on Wednesday that explained how to get around the problem. It's a simple fix that will save you the agony of waking up at the wrong time: when you set your alarm, make sure your "repeat" interval is set to "never."
It is time to ditch daylight savings time. Only an idiot believes you can slice a foot off the bottom of a blanket, sew it to the top, and have a longer blanket.