How to Remove US Holidays from iPhone, iPad Calendar

Delete Subscribed Calendar in iOS 11 on iPhone X, 8 Plus

Quick, accessible guide to Remove US holidays from iPhone or iPad calendar. You have installed other countries holidays list on your iPhone calendar in the past or accidentally install foreign countries holidays list iPhone native Calendar App. Moreover, my friends asked me on when they buy second-hand iOS device that already added Subscribed holidays calendar. So he wanted to unsubscribe calendar from its iOS device.

I have suggested him full guide which is I’m going to mention below. You guy, go down the screen and follow this article to delete holidays calendar list from your iOS device calendar. It Doesn’t matter, where you’re living example – US, UK, Canada, France, Australia, Germany, Singapore, India, etc. make alert of upcoming holidays in your countries. Using this holiday list you will plan your job for in future.

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To get rid of unwanted holidays calendar notifications alert put out it on your Phone or tablet. Useful way for all iPhone X, iPhone 8/ iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7/ 7 Plus, iPhone 6S/ 6S Plus/ iPhone SE, iPhone 5S and iPads.

Complete Guide to Delete US holidays from iPhone Calendar

Do you want to remove US holidays or event from iPhone calendar iOS 11? Nice, you guys, here I am going to describe how to delete Subscribed Calendar.

Turn off Holidays in iPhone Calendar iOS 10 or earlier

For iOS 10 and earlier users, follow this way:

Go to Settings App → Calendar Accounts → Tap on Subscribed Calendars, and then tap the Calendar that you would like to Remove.

Now, tap on Delete Account, then tap Delete Account again to make Confirm.

Now fell free, your iOS device calendar unsubscribed.

Get now how to Delete Subscribed Calendar in iOS 11 iPhone, iPad Pro, iPad Mini, iPad Air

Step #1. Launch the Settings App looks like a Gear icon.

Step #2. Tap on Accounts & Passwords, then tap on Subscribed Calendars that you want to delete permanently.

Tap on Accounts & Passwords Subscribed Calendars

Step #3. Tap on Calendar, then tap on Delete Account.

You’ll be noticed that Deleting this account will remove its calendar from your iPhone.

tap on Subscribed Calendars then Delete Account

Tap on Delete Account to confirm.

Tap on Delete Account to confirm US iPhone calendar unsubscribed

You’re Done!

Anytime you can see holidays list from your iPhone, iPad calendar without add days one by one manually. I hope you got Remove U.S. holidays from iPhone, iPad calendar.

Extra Tidbits

if ever you unable delete Holidays list from your iPhone Calendar. Don’t worry. Please hard reboot your iDevice and attempt above steps again.

To hard Reboot iPhone 8 (Plus) and iPhone X users: following three lines will work great.

1: Press and Quickly Release Volume Up button then
2: Press and Quickly Release Volume Down Button then
3: Press and Hold Side Button until you see the Apple logo on Screen.

To Start iPhone, Again press Side button until startup apple logo on the screen.

To force restart iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus: Press Power button + Volume (-) down button simultaneously

To hard reboot iPhone 6S plus or earlier users– Press Power + Home button simultaneously

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To add your desired country holidays to iOS device Calendar you should follow this source to add holidays to iPhone Calendar.

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8 Replies to “How to Remove US Holidays from iPhone, iPad Calendar”

  1. This did not tell me how to delete a holiday from my us holiday calendar on my iPad. I do not want to delete the entire calendar. I only want to delete certain holidays that are not, in fact, legal us holidays!

    1. Me too! I have no need for holidays for religions of which I am not a part. My calendar is full enough as it is. Can’t find an answer anywhere.

  2. I totally agree! I don’t want earth day or April fools, etc. I only want major ones. Please update this request, Apple!

      1. I have issue with holidays I do not follow, don’t need to know of, which are crowding my calendar. Why can’t the consumer have a say into what specific holidays show in the application? Unacceptable.

  3. From apple support site
    On your iOS device, go to the Calendar app and tap Calendars. Scroll down to Other and tap or to turn the holiday calendar on or off. The name of the holiday calendar indicates which country or region will be displayed. You might need to refresh your calendar after you make changes in order to see the changes. Go to the Calendar app and tap Inbox. Then slowly swipe down from the top of your screen.

    On your Mac, go to Calendar > Preferences > General. Then click “Show Holidays calendars” to turn it on or off. If the holiday calendar is turned on, but you don’t see it, click the Calendars button in the upper-left corner of the Calendar app. Make sure that the holiday calendar under Other is selected. You can also go to the Calendar app, click Calendars, then select or deselect US Holidays. You might need to refresh your calendar after you make changes in order to see the changes. Go to Calendar > View > Refresh Calendars.

    1. Michael Zauner says:

      This turns off the entire calendar. We want to remove specific fake holidays from the cake dar but keep valid holidays. Why is this so difficult? The Politically correct crowd needs to stay out of our calendars.

      1. John Davis says:

        @Michael Zauner

        Spot on. Absolutely correct.

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