WELL WE BROKE THE iPAD CALENDAR AGAIN.
We went far enough back in time that Apple forgot how the year worked.
Where’s April and May, Apple? Where’s April and May? And why does February have 31 days?
Things we didn’t know until we played with the calendar app on my iPad:
- There is no upper limit on this thing. It will go until you get a blister on your scrolling finger.
- It will also go pretty far into the past.
- Once you get past 1 A.D., you go into B.C. mode, in which the months are all shifted and December doesn’t exist. (That’s 810 B.C. in the picture)
- B.C. Leibniz was born on a Sunday.
New idea for a webcomic: a comic about the European Enlightenment, had it occurred in B.C. times rather than A.D. times. There’s a priority dispute between B.C. Newton and B.C. Leibniz over who discovered fire.
It’s a good thing I can’t draw, or this would totally happen.