Woman convinced Apple have predicted her death after creepy iPhone glitch
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Your iPhone is capable of many things - allowing you to surf the web and keep in touch with your nearest and dearest just to name a few.
But perhaps one thing you don't expect an Apple product to do is predict when you are going to die, but one woman claims this has happened to her.
Watch her conundrum below:
She explained: "I have some sort of glitch or problem on my iPhone that no single Apple employee can seem to figure out, so I'm turning to TikTok because I need help and it is literally the bane of my existence.
"Basically I have an alarm that goes off every morning at 9:25am without fail, every single morning."
The TikToker went on to explain how she doesn't have an alarm set for that time in the morning, neither has she ever done so.
She then showed her iPhone screen to the video, and there is no 9:25 alarm to be found.
Angele added: "It just kind of started out of the blue one day and I just had an alarm go off at 9:25am and I was like, 'Oh I didn't know I set an alarm'."
Angele looked at her alarms to see she hadn't even set one for that time, saying it has gone off at 9:25 am every day without fail since.
It first woke her up between four and five years ago, she claims.
She continued: "My alarm only rings if my phone is not silent, which obviously isn't normal for an alarm, and it only rings once."
Those who love a good night's sleep will know how your phone pesters you until you press snooze or accept it's time to get up.
Remarkably, Angele claims this alarm has moved between phones after she transferred data from her old device to her new one.
"It's the most stressful thing," the TikToker admitted.
"I'm convinced I'm gonna die at 9:25am in the morning at some point, this is like a prediction of my death."
Many TikTok users have flocked to the comments section of the video to try provide Angele a solution.
"Try to add an alarm at 9:25 leave it on for one day and try to remove it then," one person suggested.
Someone else wrote: "Have you asked Siri to stop 9:25 alarm."
While another added: "Apple employee here, you have to erase everything and set up as new. If there is a bug of the software, if you do a transfer, you’re just transferring the bug... Basically there’s definitely a lot of options that you have, someone at an Apple Store should be able to help."
UNILAD has reached out to Apple for comment.