Keep track of your schedule and share it with others using Calendar. Create separate calendars for home, school, work, and more. See all your calendars in a single window or view just the calendars you want. Calendar works with iCloud, Yahoo, Google, and other accounts. So every change you make on one device automatically appears across all your devices.


• View all your calendar accounts in a single app and see all your events in List, Day, Week, or Month view (as well as Year view on iPad).

• Touch and hold a blank space in your day to quickly create a new event. Or drag an appointment to change your schedule.

• Add the address of your event to receive Time to Leave notifications based on how long it will take to reach your destination.

• Send and receive meeting invitations with iCloud, Exchange, and CalDAV servers.

• Add a special calendar for the birthdays of people in your Contacts list.

• Subscribe to calendars for holidays, your favorite sports teams, and more.

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

BlackMisfit ,

Widget Problem

I have been using the Calendar app on my iPhone 12 with iOS 15 but it has a basic flaw. I understand that the graphic on the actual app on the home screen is limited with information like day of the week e.g. Tue 23. However on the small square widget it provides the same information as the app. Come on now you can fit 9 apps in that widget, you could not at least provide more basic info than Tuesday 23 🤔

A month in front of the 23 and a year behind the 23 would be nice. I will even settle for three letters for the month e.g. Nov, if that helps speed up the process. Everything else is okay.

Cali-Koa ,

It decided to be intuitive

Once upon a time I was able to choose whether the default display was month, week or day and it would stay that way. I could tap on a day of the month and that day would open. Now when I tap on an empty date in preparation to enter an appointment the empty date doesn’t show up, all the appointments near the empty date fill the display. For whom is this a helpful feature? Why is there no option to turn off this feature?
In the olden days there was just a dot for every appointment on a date, you’d have to open the date to see the appointments. Annoying but dependable. Now the first appointment shows up in the date and if there are others it says “other”. At a glance it really looks like there is only one appointment on that day. Instead of making “other” bigger give me the option to go back to dots. One dot, one appointment, 8 dots, 8 appointments.
Just a few versions ago I was able to choose holiday calendars from anywhere I wanted. Now it’s only USA holidays so I have to hand enter holidays for home. I can probably change my region but then I can only operate those options. When did Apple become so attached to nationalist ideals? It must be about making somethings more expensive in certain areas.
The app tries to be intuitive by providing what it thinks I want by default, but it’s more like when a child is being helpful and a short task become a long one that requires loads of patience. The difference is I have no love for the app.
Just fix it.

Gloria Bailey BFA Scholar ,

The update breach on wi-if erased my Apple iPhone Calendar and an overlay duo screen appears.

How do remove a duo overlay screen on my iPhone Plus 8 and how do I restore my iPhone calendar rather than the blank screen no invitations which is false because my schedule is correct on my iMac desktop and Apple MackBook Pro M1 chip. We are switching to MetroNet because we have been breached prior and internet Wi-Fi trespassed without permission consents. Previous computers such as Dell Laptops and Dell Desktop were breached with an overlay screen and cursor overlay that was unusual for how a computer would behave.
Seeking assistance on fixing the calendar download. Fixing our telecommunications breach remote access. Correcting the overlay and entry through computers and printers we did not authorize while being aware to prevent trolling and unethical subliminal marketing advertising promotion agents online as fraudulent criminal activity. The Apple product is fine and my husband has an updated iPhone. However, in terms of cost all don’t need to update immediately on a family educators budget.
Mrs. Gloria Bailey & Dr. Eric Bailey. Winterville North Carolina.

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