4846 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 18, 2009 12:06 PM by Damon M.
Depends on how the holidays are present in iCal. If they are in a subscribed calendar, those do not sync to the iPhone. So, the workaround is to create a new calendar (2009 Holidays, for example), then select the subscribed holiday calendar, select File menu > Export calendar and save it somewhere (e.g. your desktop), select File menu > Import calendar and choose the file you just saved, then import it into the new calendar you created. That converts the subscribed calendar to a standard calendar, and you can choose the option to sync that calendar to the iPhone in iTunes. You can then uncheck the one of the calendars in iCal so you don't have to see duplicate holidays.
Note that in iPhone 3.0 (due out in summer), Apple announced that subscription calendars will sync, so this workaround is only needed until then.