Take control of time on the iPhone 3GS Video
Take control of time on the iPhone 3GS Video Transcript
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>> Tom Merritt: Why does it say 3:15 when it's 2:15? Has your date and time got a little out of whack on your iPhone? It, I don't like it sometimes when it resets itself when you cross time zones. Here's how to turn that off and take control of time. Go to settings, choose general, choose date and time, and then turn on or off set automatically depending on your preference. You can also have 24-hour time turned on like they do in Europe and in the Army. Hope that customizes the iPhone a little more to your liking. I'm Tom Merritt, CNET.com. [ Music ]
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