How To Clean Up Your Calendar On iPhone

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Are you looking for an easy way to clean up your calendar on your iPhone? With the new iOS 14.6 update, Apple has made it even easier to remove calendar spam and keep your schedule clean and organized.

To start, open the Calendars app on your iPhone and locate the unwanted calendar event. Tap on the event and then tap ‘Unsubscribe from this Calendar’ at the bottom of the screen. To confirm, tap ‘Unsubscribe’. This will ensure that you no longer receive reminders or notifications from this particular event.

If you created an event yourself, open up the Google Calendar app and then open up the event that you want to delete. In the top right corner, tap ‘More’ and then select ‘Delete’. If it is a repeating event, you can select either ‘Delete Selected Event’ or ‘Delete All Future Events’ depending on what you would like to do.

Once you have finished deleting unwanted events from your calendar, restart your Calendar app so that all changes are reflected in iCloud. To do this, simply close out of the app completely by swiping up from the home screen or double-tapping on the home button if you have an iPhone 8 or an earlier model. Once done, reopen the app and refresh it by swiping it down from the top of your screen – this should sync any changes with iCloud and give you an up-to-date version of your calendar.

These steps should help to keep your calendar free of any unnecessary clutter!

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Cleaning Up an iPhone Calendar

To clean up your iPhone Calendar, start by opening the Calendars app. From here, you can sort through your events and delete any that are no longer relevant to you. You can also unsubscribe from any calendars or event sources that are sending unwanted events or notifications. To do this, tap on an event and select ‘Unsubscribe’ at the bottom of the screen. Finally, if you find yourself overwhelmed with too many calendar events, you can use the ‘Calendar Groups’ feature to organize your events into categories or filter out certain types of events. With these steps, you should be able to keep your iPhone Calendar clean and organized.

Deleting Repeated Events on an iPhone Calendar

To delete a repeated event on your iPhone Calendar, start by tapping into the event to open it. At the bottom of the screen, you will see the option to Delete the Event. If it’s a repeating event, you’ll be given the option to either delete the selected event or all future events as well. Select whichever option you’d like and confirm your selection to delete the event(s).

Troubleshooting an iPhone Calendar Issue

It is possible that your iPhone Calendar is messed up because of a synchronization issue. If you’re using iCloud to sync your calendar, it’s possible that your online data and the data stored on your device are out of sync. To troubleshoot this issue, start by refreshing the app — open the Calendar app and swipe down from the top to force it to refresh and sync with the online data in iCloud. If that doesn’t solve the problem, you can force the app to close and then restart it. It’s also possible that some apps or extensions might be conflicting with the Calendar app, so try disabling any third-party extensions or apps that you may have recently installed. If all else fails, you may need to reset your device or contact Apple Support for more help.

Deleting Calendar Events Quickly

To delete calendar events quickly, you can use Google Calendar on either your desktop or mobile device. On the desktop, simply open Google Calendar and click on the event you wish to delete, then press the trash can icon. On a mobile device, open the Google Calendar app and click on the event you wish to delete. From there, select the option to delete the event. You can also use shortcuts such as swiping left on an event in your list view to quickly delete it.

Troubleshooting Calendar Issues

Calendar problems can be caused by a number of factors. To fix these issues, start by making sure that you are connected to the Internet. Then, ensure that you are using the correct Google Calendar app. If it is not visible, make sure it is turned on and synced with the new events. Once all of this is done, check that Calendar sync is also turned on and that you are syncing the correct calendar. If all of these steps have been completed and there are still problems, try restarting your device or updating your app version. If none of these fixes work, you may need to contact Google support for further assistance.


In conclusion, the iPhone is a powerful and convenient device that has many great features. It has an intuitive user interface, a powerful processor, and a wide range of apps to choose from. With iOS 14.6 or later, you can now remove calendar spam with ease and delete individual events you have created. Restarting the Calendar app and refreshing your calendar can also help keep your iPhone running smoothly. All in all, the iPhone is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a powerful smartphone that can keep up with their daily needs.

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James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.