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If you care about such things, you’ll need to account for it in your source code.NSString *raw Data = @"2009-10-20T-"; //Strip the colon out of the time zone NSRange timezone = NSMake Range([data length] - 3, 3); NSString *clean Data = [raw Data string By Replacing Occurrences Of String:@":" with String:@"" options: NSCase Insensitive Search range:timezone ]; //Setup a formatter and parse it into a NSDate object NSDate Formatter *df = [[NSDate Formatter alloc] init]; [df set Date Format:@"yyyy-MM-dd Thh:mm:ss Z"]; NSDate *result = [df date From String: clean Data]; //Result is nil NSString *raw Data = @"2009-10-20 -"; //Strip the colon out of the time zone NSRange timezone = NSMake Range([raw Data length] - 3, 3); NSString *clean Data = [raw Data string By Replacing Occurrences Of String:@":" with String:@"" options: NSCase Insensitive Search range:timezone ]; // Get rid of the T also clean Data = [clean Data string By Replacing Occurrences Of String:@"T" with String:@" "]; //Setup a formatter and parse it into a NSDate object NSDate Formatter *df = [[NSDate Formatter alloc] init]; [df set Date Format:@"yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss ZZZ"]; NSDate *result = [df date From String: clean Data]; //Result is ni NSLog(@"Result %@", result); Did you test it on the device as well?From my experience trying to parse dates into strings using NSDate Formatter without specifying a locale or time and date styles will sometimes work on the simulator but not on the device.They aren't exactly the nice round values that we all use.Also, the rules for leap years are a little more complicated: there's a leap year every four years, unless the year is divisible by 100 then there is not, but if the year is divisible by 400 then there is. I think there are also some dates in some Medieval year that don't exist due to when people switched to the Gregorian calendar. I'm a little confused at what's going on, the Date Time looks fine when it leaves the API, but when it comes in it goes through JSON and comes in as a string that looks like this: The Rest Kit library has an NSDate Formatter subclass for just this.