After we are clear about how to set a NSDateFormatter, the next step is to convert any string representing the date we need to NSDate, then convert the NSDate we get with another formatter to the NSString with the final format.
Notice that no matter what the timezone may be in the original string, "Mon Mar 12 11:46:08 +0800 2012" or "Mon Mar 12 11:46:08 +0000 2012" or any other, just make sure the first formatter used for convert it to NSDate should be setTimeZone to GMT. This might be a necessity for a correct result for the NSDate, which is used as the base for further convertion.
If none of those above work or only work on simulator not device, the add this:
formatter.locale = [[[NSLocale alloc] initWithLocaleIdentifier:@"en_US"] autorelease]; before calloing dateFromString
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