With the change of daylight saving time the Apple Watch 4 Series may crash: Here's how to avoid it
If you're happy owners of an Apple Watch Series 4, you would do best to change the dial for the next few days. As you know, between the 27th and 28th of October, we pass from daylight saving time to standard time. Precisely the change will occur at 3:00 p.m. of October 28, when the hands will be moved back to 2:00.
Apple Watch Series 4 comes with a beautiful and functional dial is called Infograph. It is that part of default that can show a wealth of information. However, this dial has a bug. There is a complication that is not able to manage the time change, and the result is a continuous reboot without being able to stop and continue to use it.
All of this has already occurred in Australia in the early days of October. Since then, watchOS not been updated so there are all prerequisites to believe that the problem can also occur in Europe on the 28th of October. Apple could release an update between today and tomorrow, but if it did, we advise you to change the dial until the morning of the 29th of October.
Utilizzatene any one that is not Infograph because the bug is present only there. The australian who first discovered the bug, have had the unique opportunity to turn off the clock and wait until the next day to avoid the continuous automatic restarts. You can prevent the problem in advance then we will inform you if a solution is already arrived from the remote or not.
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