How to Sync iPhone and iPad Calendar

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Myra Updated on Jun 06, 2018 to iPhone Data Transfer | How-to Articles

When you have more than one iDevice, you might frequently transfer, sync or share data or content between them. Syncing calendar between your iPhone and iPad is one of the things you might want to do, no matter you want to keep the data on both devices synchronized or just want to have a backup of your iPhone calendar elsewhere. The easy way to sync your iPhone calendar to iPad is to use iCloud services. The details of the method are shown in the tip below. Read on to get the information.

Part 1: How to sync iPhone and iPad calendar with iCloud

When you use iCloud to sync calendar between your iPhone and iCloud, you need to make sure that both your iPhone and iPad are under Wi-Fi connection and then perform the following steps on both of your iDevices. If you get used to using iCloud services, you may be interested in how to make iCloud backup faster.

For iOS 10.2 and earlier users:

1. Go to "Settings" App and choose "iCloud".

2. If you don't sign in your iCloud, you will be asked to do so. Enter your Apple ID and go on.

3. Switch "Calendars" on and do the same to your iPad.

How to sync iPhone and iPad calendar  - iOS 10.2 or earlier

For iOS 10.3 or later users:

1. Go to "Settings" App and tap on your name.

2. Choose "iCloud" and switch on "Calendars".

How to sync iPhone and iPad calendar - iOS 10.3 or later

Part 2: Fixes to iPhone/iPad calendar Not Syncing with iCloud

1. Restart your Calendar App. Double-click the Home button, swipe off the Calendar App and then open it again a few seconds later.

2. Reopen iCloud Calendar. In "Settings" App, choose iCloud (In iOS 10.3 or later, tap on your name and then choose "iCloud"), toggle off "Calendars" and then turn it on.

3. Restart your iPhone or iPad. Hold and press the Sleep/Wake button, move the slider to turn off your iPhone/iPad. A few seconds later, hold and press Sleep/Wake button again to turn on your iPhone/iPad.

Part 3: Bonus Tip  sync iPhone files to iPad for free with MobiMover

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Step 1: Connect your iPhone and iPad to your computer with compatible USB cables and tap on Trust This Computer on the devices to continue. Start EaseUS MobiMover Free and go to the main interface. For data syncing between iPhone and iPad, you need to choose the iDevice to iDevice transfer pattern.

how to transfer files from iPhone to iPad - step 1

Step 2: Once you click it, you'll enter the data loading interface. Here, MobiMover supports you to transfer all the supported iOS files at a time in one click. It's unnecessary for you to check the data types on your own.

Note: You can click the drop-down arrow next to the iPhone/iPad to set the source/target device correctly.

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Step 3: Now, click Transfer to transfer data from iPhone to iPad at a fantastic speed. If the files are too large, you need to wait patiently as it may take a little longer time. After that, go to the related apps to view the synced files on your iPad.

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