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wrong sync of times between iphone and imac


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When I sync my Iphone the event times in iCal are totally out.

For example. If I put in an even on my iMac for say 1:00 pm and sync the phone, the event is placed in the phone at 4:00 am

Any ideas?

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I just solved the problem,

Apple - Support - Discussions - Sync ical and iphone - times are wrong ...

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