Why is my calendar not syncing on my iPhone?

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This is really serious problems who saved important events and wants to switch on another device or Other Functional Calender app Like Google, Exchange, Outlook or other Desktop devices (iMac, iPad, Other iPhone).

I have observed that peoples are facing problem in the calendar not syncing in iPhone and iPad. The problem is when they set or update any event in the calendar on particular iPhone the iCloud is unable to propagate the same in other iPhone or iPad with the same Apple ID.

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However, this issue occurs sometimes due to a disturbance in syncing between iPhone and iCloud. Or also there is trouble in syncing and authentication because of error. But it is not a big deal we can resolve by some responsive techniques. Let’s see and fix on your iPhone XS Max, XS, XR, X, 8/8 Plus, iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6S/iPhone 6S Plus/6/6 Plus, iPad, Mac.

To Sync Google Calendar, Outlook, Microsoft Exchange and Outlook Calendar to iCloud, you need to sign in your Account on your iPhone and Enable Sync Calendar option.

Go to the Settings app > Account & Passwords > Add Account > Other > Add CalDAV Account.

Or Settings > Account & Passwords > Add Account > Add Mail Account > Enter Account Details > and Tap on added Mail account (Enable Calendar sync toggle).

8 iPhone Calendar Not Syncing here is the fix

iCloud calendars are not syncing to iPhone, Mac, iPad

1: Reboot iPhone/iPad

Our Prior Method to solve any issue is rebooting the device and same we will try to solve calendar not syncing too.

Hard reboot For iPhone 6S and earlier iPhone models:

Just press and hold the power key and home button for a while until the Apple logo appears on the screen.

For iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus: press and hold the side button and volume down button simultaneously.

For iPhone 8, 8 Plus, iPhone X, XS, XS Max, iPhone XR:

Step 1: Press and instantly release the volume up key.

Step 2: Press and instantly release the volume down key.

Step 3: Finally press and hold the side key until the apple logo appears on the screen.

2: Check to sync is enabled in settings

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on Your name’s Tab.

5 Profile on iPhone Settings

Step 3: Click on iCloud.

6 iCloud Settings on iPhone

Step 4: Toggle on calendars.

7 Enable Calendars sync on iphone settings

3: Turn off and on the calendar sync

This method can also be very helpful and simple. Few steps you have to follow.

Step 1: Launch “Settings”.

Step 2: Tap on your Name’s Banner.

Step 3: Open iCloud.

Step 4: Find calendar Under Apps Using iCloud and toggle off it to Sync Stop.

Force close all the tabs on iPhone and after few minutes follow the above same process and turn on the calendar sync. It may take a few minutes to sync across all your devices so sit back and relax.

4: Change Calendar Settings

Sometimes by mistake, you have not permitted to sync all events so it might be the reason that iPhone or iPad calendar not syncing with your events. Let’s take a look at how we can update the settings.

Step 1: Go to “Settings”.

Step 2: Open calendar and tap on “sync”.

2 Start to sync Event and Default Calendar Setting for iPhone

Step 3: Select Time Duration for All Events of For Specific Month’s Events.

4 Sync Calendar data from the month ago on iPhone

5: Change default Calendar: Select that you want Sync

One of the silly mistakes we make is, to sync the events with iCloud one must require selecting default calendar otherwise iCloud will not respond to saved events on other iPhone’s or iPad’s. iOS can only sync over default calendar, not local calendars.

Step 1: Go to “Settings”.

Step 2: Open calendar and select the default calendar.

Also, Read iTunes not Syncing Music to iPhone.

Never miss the chance to get upcoming popular days and events for personal and business use. First of all fix Calendar Syncing problems for access your Calendar data to other Apple Devices (iPad, iPod Touch, Mac).

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