Got an iPhone? Don't be late on Monday

By Justin Reis

Sunday morning's time change due to daylight savings time resulted in a glitch that will effect iPhone 4 users for the rest of the week.

This news comes from iPhone users in Australia and Europe experienced a delay in their cell phone alarms to sound an hour later then intended.

A glitch in the phones alarms will cause all other alarms not to ring until an hour after needed. Users need to go into the phone and manually create new alarms to bypass the error.

Apple spokeswoman Natalie Harrison told CNN that users create "nonrepeating alarms" and reset after November 7. Harrison assures customers this will resolve the issue.

"Later this month, Apple will release an updated version of its mobile software, iOS 4.2, which will permanently fix the problem," Harrison said.

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