How to Turn Off Calendar Notifications on iPhone 15, 14

Annoyed by Spam Calendar Notifications on iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch, don't worry, calendar notifications can be disabled once and for all.

An iPhone Calendar app comes default to the iOS pack from the beginning. That’s a nicely designed app, and well familiar for all the iDevice users gives all detail about holidays, Events, invitations alerts, and many features. Furthermore, You can sync your iPhone calendar with the iCloud account. So if you edit your calendar app, then the changes are updated everywhere such as iOS devices, MacOS calendar apps.

The Calendar app also alerts the users through notifications while arriving Upcoming Events, invitations, invitee responses, shared calendar changes (Spam), Third-Party App like Facebook Calendar and Events found in Mail. An app sounds great, and that does an excellent job by reminding, But here the main point is Unwanted Calendar notifications on the iPhone. Numerous users are exploring how to turn off calendar notifications on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

A potential reason behind the Calendar app notification for many users, who don’t like invitations notification on his/her iPhone or Notification on the lock screen. Here I will show a way to stop alerts for calendar notifications on iPad, iPhone running the latest iOS. In case, you are feeling unhappy due to notifications sounds, then you can change the alert Sound and vibrate easily.

Follow Steps to Turn Off Calendar Notifications on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch: Block Spam, Shared, and Publick Event Notification

Step 1. Launch the Settings App on your iPhone Home screen > Navigate Notifications.

Open the settings tap notifications on iphone

Step 2. Scroll and Tap Calendar > Turn Allow Notifications Off/Gray. To Stop all the Calendar notifications on your iPhone.

Scroll the calender enable:disable toggle off allow notifications on iphone

Keep continuous to know more,

Note: read carefully, you can see different options under the Calendar notifications screen like Upcoming Events, invitations, invitee responses, shared calendar changes, and Events found in Mail.

So if you don’t want to stop full Calendar notifications, then you must choose that option that you want to Stop notifications.

Here taken example is to turn off Calendar invitations on iPhone, iPad, you can see below.

  1. Launch the Settings App on iPhone
  2. Tap on Notifications
  3. Scroll down the screen to tap on Calendar.
  4. Scroll and find Customize Notifications. Then, Disable the toggle Invitee Responses on iPhone.
Turn OFF Invitee Responses Calender Settings On iPhone

How Do I Stop Spam Calendar Notification on Your iPhone

Most of the Spam notification comes in a shared calendar that is used on your iPhone for the Sign in Mail account. Third-Party Mail service allows us to save Calendar Event in the Calendar app, So we have to turn off Calendar notifications for Share Calendar events. Follow the below steps for turning off Calendar Events that are Shared (Used Mail account on iPhone).

  1. Open the Settings app on iPhone
  2. Tap on Notifications.
Open the settings tap notifications on iPhone
  1. Next, Scroll to Calendar
  2. Find the All Notifications is On, next tap on Customize Notifications.
  3. On this screen, turn the slider to the left side next to the Shared Calendar Changes.
Turn OFF Shared Calender Changes Settings On iPhone

That’s it.

Steps to Turn off Shared Calendar Notifications iPhone

To turn shared calendar notifications off on your iPhone- you should go with the following way through this you can stop shared calendar changes sounds, badge app icon, Alerts on the lock screen, Past history on the lock screen, show a banner too.

Step 1: Go to the Settings app on iPhone. Tap Notifications Now Tap Calendar.
Step2:
Scroll to Customize Notifications next , then Turn off or Disable Shared Calendar Changes.

Turn OFF Shared Calendar Changes Settings On iPhone

In the same way, you can disable the Shared Calendar Badge App icon as well as control the lock screen of your iPhone and iPad.

You’re done!

Turn off Calendar Notification on Apple Watch

Stop Getting Calendar notification on Apple Watch. We can customize or Set Different settings for Apple Watch Calendar notifications. Follow the below steps to apply custom settings for Apple Watch Notifications for Calendar Events.

  1. Open Watch App on your iPhone/iPad. That’s Paired with your Apple Watch.
  2. Next, My Watch Tab > Notifications.
Apple Watch Notifications Settings on iPhone Watch App
Apple Watch Notifications Settings on iPhone Watch App


Scroll and Tap on Calendar Settings.

Now, Select Custom Under the Notifications section, Select Allow Notification in Next Section (Then Turn off Notifications for Upcoming Events, Invitations, Invitee Responses, Shared Calendar Alerts > DisableShow Upcoming Events“)

Enable or Disable Calendar Notifications of Apple Watch from iPhone
Enable or Disable Calendar Notifications of Apple Watch from iPhone

Next Under the Calendars section, Tap on Custom…  > De-Select Unused or Share Calended with your Other Accounts or Select only that you use for the Apple Calendar Event.

Enable Apple Watch Custom Notifications for Calendar on iPhone
Enable Apple Watch Custom Notifications for Calendar on iPhone


That’s it. Using this setting we can disable unwanted notifications like Business meetings, Holiday and Birthday and Booking that is shared on other mail Account.

So above the same steps, you can apply for the rest of the options such as Upcoming Events, invitee responses, shared calendar changes, Siri Found in Apps, etc.

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood is a journalist based in Ohio who specializes in covering Apple and technology trends. With a varied experience in reporting on public safety, government, and education, her insights bridge multiple disciplines, providing readers with a well-rounded perspective on today's technological advancements. If you need to contact me, you can reach me at karlywood.ohio@gmail.com or through (Facebook)

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