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Daylight saving time disabled the Apple Watch in Australia

10 October 2018

In the USA, the Apple Watch Nike+ Series 4 is priced between $399 and $499, while additional bands can be bought for $49 each. The device could not draw a timeline of the day and to strike from it a single hour. However, out of 24 hours, the particular watch face is reportedly not registering an hour or so worth of activities.

The Watch falls into reboot loops, as long as the Infograph Modular face is active with the Activity issue.

This is caused by the Activity complication, which fails when the time changes by an hour. Apple definitely spent the past 3 generations continuously learning what exactly it wants to do with this gadget, and the Series 4 is a nice culmination of that effort.

Even if Apple is too slow to roll out an update, users can still change their watch face ahead of time just to be on the safe side.

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"Until Apple provides specific steps, we would recommend leaving the Watch alone and waiting it out". It better not to put the smartwatch on a charger because anyways it will drain the battery by keep on rebooting the device.

Reports about the Apple Watch Series 4 crashing and restarting due to DST are not a very big issue, and the issue should correct by itself tomorrow.

Naturally, the Activity issue is a very popular choice for users so the number of users affected is significant.

Fortunately, the problem was solved when the date rolled over and days became 24 hours again, according to 9to5Mac, however Apple has yet to officially address the problem.

Daylight saving time disabled the Apple Watch in Australia