If a broken clock is right twice a day, Apple's is off twice a year these days -- once each time Daylight Savings Time needs to be calculated in territories that depend on it. iPhone and iPod touch users are reporting on Twitter and the official Apple forums that the Clock app is been demonstrating all kinds of erratic behavior -- regardless of phone model or AT&T / Verizon pedigree -- with some alarms going off early, others late, and plenty of others working perfectly. Amusingly, still others report that DST adjustments occurred in places that don't recognize DST at all: "My iPhone 4 had the wrong time this morning - in Phoenix," reports user M Gnu, "We don't do DST, but iPhone apparently thinks otherwise."

Since DST went into effect on Sunday in the US, many didn't notice issues until this morning, but even eagle-eyed iPhone owners could have a nasty surprise as one Engadget reader reports: "My iPhone 3GS changed time correctly yesterday, but for some reason over night it reverted back an hour, thus leaving me an hour late for work." There doesn't seem to be a single easy fix, but affected users report a variety of ideas might work -- restarting the device, changing the Time and Date setting away from Automatic, calling the iPhone with another phone, or turning on and off Airplane Mode.

How's your iDevice hanging? Let us know below.
Is your iOS device displaying the proper time?
Yes, it's working perfectly.28321 (52.9%)
No, it's at least an hour ahead of DST here.1237 (2.3%)
No, it's at least an hour behind DST here.3214 (6.0%)
I don't live in a DST zone, and it's still wrong!895 (1.7%)
I don't live in a DST zone, and things are just peachy.940 (1.8%)
I don't have an iPhone or iPod touch.8737 (16.3%)
Pi day, w00t w00t!10235 (19.1%)
[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]