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    Have a problem with my clock (worldclock). When I enter a new clock the time is wrong. the main clock on my Iphone is giving the right time. Ex, I put in Stockholm Sweden and the clock comes up s 09:14 when actually the right time is 14:14. Any one can help me with this problem Thanks

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    All of the times set for world clocks are based of the +/- GMT of your local time. Are you wishing to put your clock in 24 hour mode?
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    yes iam want in a 24 hour mode

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    Settings -> General -> Date & Time -> 24-Hour Time -> ON
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    Hi, tried to do what u said yesterday "Settings -> General -> Date & Time -> 24-Hour Time -> ON" But still no luck

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    Hi, tried to do what u said yesterday "Settings -> General -> Date & Time -> 24-Hour Time -> ON" But still no luck
    just keep it in 12hr mode or check your location time again

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