12 Replies Latest reply: Feb 23, 2013 4:43 PM by kwunyinli
lindsayd3 Level 1 (0 points)

In the last week, I have noticed that I am missing items from my calendar on icloud.com.  They still show up on all my devices, and I have checked to make sure that all of the calendars are selected at icloud.com.  I have also signed in on other computers, and using different browsers. 


Anyone else having this issue?

  • kwunyinli Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm having the same issue and am looking for a solution.  Will post here again if I find one.

  • Winston Churchill Level 10 (95,539 points)

    Welcome to the Apple Community.


    A number of users have noted this. iCloud.com is essentially the master (or so I've always assumed), so clearly the events are there and you are just unable to see them. I'd be inclined not to start changing things until a solution is found.

  • Atlasman1992 Level 1 (0 points)

    Winston Churchill wrote:


    I'd be inclined not to start changing things until a solution is found.

    Does Apple Support monitor this Discussion to begin finding a solution, or is there another more appropriate way to start a "trouble ticket?"


    As you may have guessed, I am having the same problem.

  • cdanr Level 1 (20 points)

    Please see here: https://discussions.apple.com/message/21227970#21227970


    The louder this issue is raised, the greater the chances we have of actually getting a fix at some point. If you haven't posted in the thread above yet, please do so.

  • Chipoko Level 1 (0 points)

    I too have experienced this problem starting a couple of days ago and persisting.  Like other users the iCalenders on my iMac, iPad and iPhone 5 remain intact and appear to function normally (except that I have noticed that new appointments I have put into iMac are not being replicated in the iPhone or iPad - whereas if I enter new appointments into either of these devices, then they appear in iMac).


    This is extremely annoying as I rely totally this inter-gadget functionality to manage my work and personal calenders and need to have a 100% reliable system.  Which is why I invested in Apple technology in the first instance!

  • Winston Churchill Level 10 (95,539 points)

    Of interest are there any particular browsers that this occurs in, I don't have any issues with Safari 6.0.2 on OSX 10.8.2

  • Atlasman1992 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm on FireFox 18.0.2.

  • lindsayd3 Level 1 (0 points)

    I am on a PC using Chrome version 24.0.1312.57m, and I have also tried it with Internet Explorer 9 with the same issues.

  • cdanr Level 1 (20 points)

    Like I said, I really think we should all consolidate into the larger thread I mentioned above for this exact same issue.


    Oh, and I experience this problem regardless of the browser. My main browser is Firefox 18.0.2 but it is the same on Chrome as well as Safari.


    Again, this is a server-side glitch and Apple needs to fix it. However, it seems to me that they're fairly intent on ignoring it (and us).

  • Winston Churchill Level 10 (95,539 points)

    I dont believe there is any point to trying to join a single thread, Apple do not read these discussions.

  • cdanr Level 1 (20 points)

    I don't know whether Apple reads these threads or not. I suspect you may be correct about that even though it would behoove them to keep an eye on majorly reported issues here.

    That said, really big issues here often DO get picked up and reported on by the major Mac blogs and then Apple does find out and is forced to respond.


    Quite to the contrary, I don't see the point of multiple threads to report on the exact same problem.

  • kwunyinli Level 1 (0 points)

    The problem has mysteriously fixed itself.  Is this true for anyone else?