Apple’s official public release of iOS 14 finally released on September 16. This latest iPhone update comes with a considerable amount of features such as an App library, Widgets, Back-tap, and much more. However, I noticed that the Clock widget shows an incorrect time when you place it on your Home Screen. If you also have been getting the same effect, here’s how you can fix it easily. Let’s begin.
Fix the Clock Widget Time on iOS 14
When you put the Clock widget on the Home Screen, it sets it to the Time Zone of Cupertino by default. If you look at the image below, you’d see the time on the top right corner is 16:05 but the Clock widget shows 03:35.
You can easily fix this by simply changing the time zone to your current country’s capital. Yes, it’s that simple.
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Simply tap and hold the Clock Widget on your iPhone’s Home Screen. Tap Edit Widget to open a new menu.
Here you would find the option to change the Time Zone, set it to whatever is applicable for your location. In my case, I live in New Delhi so chose that.
Once you set the correct Time Zone, the Clock should read the correct time. It does, in fact, shows the correct time, simple enough.
This was a quick way to correct the Clock Widget time on your iPhone running the latest iOS 14. Small bugs like this are part of the development process and I’m sure Apple would fix this issue in the future updates but until then you’re stuck with this solution. Let me know what do you think about this method in the comments below.
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