AFAIK, there are 2 theoretical ways of achieving this: You could have a look at seconds From GMTFor Date: and seconds From GMT in NSTime Zone.If the GMT offset increases/decreases when the time of the device is changed, these provide a way to correct your timestamps to GMT (and probably convert to UTC).
You might want to fill a bug report and request apple to expand one of the classes to include the time.
A survey conducted by advertising technology company Fluent earlier this year found that less than half of Americans believed that the Apple Watch had been a success.
Of the 2,500 adults surveyed, only 8 percent were found to own an Apple Watch, while figures from research IDC suggested sales of the Apple Watch fell 55 percent in the second quarter of 2016.
That’s why we can take a ruddy good guess at when the i Phone 8 will launch.
First off, here’s a recap of recent i Phone launches: Based on those dates, we’d expect the i Phone 8 reveal date to be either Tuesday, September 12, or Wednesday, September 13.