Bad News, friends: With the long weekend over and that New-Years-Hangover (hopefully) conquered, it’s time to get back to life. Step 1: Set an alarm.
Perhaps you’ve heard by now that the iPhone’s alarm system had gone a bit wonky once we’d flipped over into 2011. Perhaps, then, you’ve also heard that the problem would solve itself come January 3rd — just in time to wake the workforce up for the first weekday of the year.
No such luck.
As Reuters points out, iPhone alarms are, unfortunately, still a bit broken. It should work as long as you make it a repeating alarm and set it to go off every day — but even with that, there’s no being certain until the thing goes off. Until Apple pushes out a quick patch or until reports of absent alarms stop coming in, it’s probably best to on your good ol’ fashion bedside alarm clock. Yep — go pull that thing out of the garage and blow the dust off; it’s its time to shine for a while.