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Subject: Re: Timestamp confusion
Date: Thu, 09 Nov 2017 12:44:50 -0500
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In article<>, PeterN
<"peter,newdelete"> wrote:

> > 
> > Alternatively, does anyone have any photos taken in 'summer' time on an
> > iPhone in a time zone ahead of UK, such as mainland Europe etc? If so,
> > can you advise what these two EXIF fields say please?
> > Date TimeOriginal
> > GPS Date Timestamp
> > 
> > That might help me fathom why my iPhone shows these as only differing by
> > one hour instead of two. My wife's Sony Xperia (Android OS) does show
> > two.
> > 
> > Terry, East Grinstead, UK
> > 
> If you contact Apple support, or go to an Apple store they will give you 
> the answer. I found Apple support to be helpful. Yes I do pay for it. 
> Before I had Apple Care, I had an issue on my iPhone that the folks at 
> an Apple store were only to glad to help me with.

there is no need to pay for applecare to get help at an apple store,
whether or not the product is under warranty or applecare. they'll even
help with getting an iphone or ipad to work with a pc laptop.