Apple warns owners of older iPhones and iPads that they can not connect to the Internet by Sunday unless they update their devices to the latest iOS software.
Many iPhone and iPad products from For 2012 and earlier require the November 3rd before midnight UTC update to preserve the exact GPS location and continue the App Store, iCloud, email, and surfing can be used on the internet.
According to Apple, this is all due to the problem of GPS timeout that occurs about every 19 years GPS devices need to be reset to accurately measure time and date, according to the office of Electri City in the Department of Energy.
Apple reported that the last reset on April 6 affected GPS-enabled third-party products.
So if you have an iPhone 5, 4, or an iPad mini with cellular phone capability, iPad 2, or a third-generation iPad, this is for you.
The updated software version number should be 10.3.4 or 9.3.6 depending on the device .
- iOS 10.3.4 : iPhone 5 and iPad (4th generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular
- iOS 9.3.6 : iPhone 4s, iPad mini (1st generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + Cellular (CDMA models only), iPad (3rd generation) Wi-Fi + Cellular
If you are not sure which version your iPhone or iPad has, follow these instructions:  Open the Settings app
If you can not update your devices before Sunday, you need to back up and restore your data from Apple because wireless software updates and iCloud Backup stop working.
Perhaps the older iPhone bug will cause even more reluctance to play with the watches twice a year.
A recent survey by the Associated Press finds that most Americans prefer to get rid of summer time and never have to worry about changing clocks.
The survey says 7 out of 10 people do not want to switch back and forth, 4 out of 10 people want a season. Around the standard time with more morning sunlight and less evening sunlight, and 3 out of 10 want to spend summertime all day with darker morning hours and later sunset.
Several states are also trying to pass laws that end the practice.
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