Daylight savings will set Israeli clocks back an hour at 2 a.m.

In the past, there were problems with smartphones, which were supposed to update the time automatically but often did not.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 29, 2016 18:09
A mechanical clock

A mechanical clock. (photo credit: INGIMAGE)

 
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Saturday night marks the end of daylight saving time in Israel.

At 2 a.m., clocks will be set back one hour, allowing for an extra hour's night sleep.

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In the past, there were problems with smartphones, which were supposed to update the time automatically but often did not. It is suggested that the time zone on smartphones is set to "Jerusalem" in order to avoid confusion.

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