Calendar, as a built-in app in iPhone/iPad/iPod, helps a lot for iOS users to track events and appointments, avoiding users to miss any important events related to their family life and business meetings and etc. In order to be able to check the activity arrangements in Calendar any time and anywhere, it better to know how to sync calendar events from a device to another, and how to fix it when iPhone calendar does not sync. So the tips for iPhone calendar syncing and not syncing in this article will be helpful for you.
iCloud should be one of the great features in iOS device, because it enables users to share the syncing data like calendars among different iDevice which shares the same Apple ID. So by enabling iCloud calendar feature on your iPhone as well as the other iDevice, you can share the calendar events on your all iOS device once connecting to Wi-Fi network. Or if you have synced your calendars with iCloud, this can help you to sync iCloud calendars with your device, too.
Below are the guide to enable iCloud calendar feature and sync calendars with the other iOS device.
Step 1. Suppose that you are holding an iPhone, to sync calendar to iPhone, please unlock your iPhone and go to "Settings" and then "iCloud" on your device.
Step 2. Then you are required to enter your Apple ID and password to log into your iCloud account, then tap "Sign In" option to enter your iCloud account.
Step 3. Then you might find out "Calendars" feature under iCloud page, and switch it on. This will sync the calendars with your iPhone.
Step 4. To sync the calendars with more iDevice, you can repeat the above operations to sync the calendars to the other iOS device so that you can share the calendars with others or other devices.
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1. Reboot Your Device
Sometimes you can try to restart your iPhone or iPad to get rid of some little iPhone errors. Just have a try to turn off and on your iPhone, then check if the problem has been fixed or not. Simply press the Power button to power off it, when it completely turns black, press the Power button to turn it on.
2. Check Wi-Fi Network
Usually, iCloud syncing feature works when connecting to Wi-Fi network. So please make sure you have connected your device to an available Wi-Fi network with good condition. If it still does not help, please check the router, then disable and enable the Wi-Fi network on your device, and connect to the network again.
3. How to Fix Gmail Calendars Not Syncing with iPhone:
After knowing how to enable calendar syncing feature on iOS device, people might also have a chance to meet the problem that calendar does not sync with iPhone or iPad. If so, you can check the tips in the following part to get rid of this problem and it takes Gmail as an example.
Step 1. Unlock your iPhone and go to "Settings" > "Mail, Calendars, Contacts" > "Gmail", then make sure the "Calendars" feature under Gmail page is turned on.
Step 2. Then come back to "Mail, Calendars, Contacts" page, and tap "Fetch New Data" option.
Step 3. Tap "Gmail" option under "Fetch New Data" page, and then tap "Fetch" option. This will help syncing Gmail Calendars with iPhone.
Besides, users can set up intervals to fetch data from the server so that iPhone can fetch data based on the intervals.