A lot of people use their smartphones as clocks, so it’s important that they are displaying the correct time.
Fortunately, your iPhone 5 functions well as a clock and can even be set up so that it automatically adjusts itself when it enters a location or date where the time changes.
So, if you want your iPhone 5 to update automatically for Daylight Savings Time or when you switch time zones, then follow the tutorial below.
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How to Make the iPhone 5 Update Time Automatically
Turning on this feature will configure your iPhone 5 so that it automatically updates the time when you switch time zones or when Daylight Savings Time occurs.
This feature is usually turned on by default with most iPhones, so you should only need to turn it on if you had previously turned it off or if you acquired your iPhone from someone that had turned it off.
You can follow the steps below to make sure that your iphone 5 is set up to automatically update the time.
Step 1: Touch the Settings icon.
Step 2: Select the General option.
Step 3: Scroll down and touch the Date & Time option.
Step 4: Move the slider next to Set Automatically from the left to the right. When you see green shading around the slider button, your iPhone 5 is configured to automatically change the time when necessary.
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