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How To Sync Your Calendar On The iPhone

If you don’t want to forget an important meeting, a friend’s birthday or an appointment you scheduled a month ago that you have stored in your computer’s calendar, you need them to be transferred to your iPhone.  To do this, you need to sync your computer using your iPhone.  There are some simple steps involved in synchronizing your iPhone with your Outlook calendar, just as there is with your contacts.  It is also simple to sync your Google calendar with your iPhone.

 

1. Open iTunes and check to make sure that you have the most recent version.  (Do this by clicking on “Help” and then clicking on “Check for Updates.”)

2. Use the cable that came with your iPhone to connect it directly to your computer. This will automatically launch iTunes. Select “iPhone” from the iTunes source list. Click on the “Info” tab in iTunes.

3. Click on the “Sync Outlook calendars” option.  Click on “Apply” in the lower-right corner of your screen.  Your computer will now sync with your iPhone based on your settings.

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