Thank you for posting in the Apple Support Communities. You may need to turn off the Time Zone Support for the calendar entries to match your current time zone on your iPhone:
If you do not use Time Zone Support, your iOS device will default to the current clock setting. iOS devices that are location aware will automatically set their time zone, date, and time using Location Services. You can verify your current date and time settings in Settings > Date & Time.
To disable Time Zone Support for calendars
- Tap Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
- Scroll down to Calendars.
- Tap Time Zone Support.
- Slide the slider for Time Zone Support to OFF.
You can find the full article here:
I hope this helps get you back on track!
All the best,
I have the same problem (on my iPhone 4S) that Bruce describes. Sorry, but your solution does NOT work. I have always had my Time Zone support Off. Yet my calendars (on my iPhone and my original model iPad) both keep the time entry in the time zone of the Sender. My devices do not convert them to my time zone. This happens consistently.
The Apple store Genius bar guy was not able to solve this. He said it cannot be fixed in Apple mobile devices. Is that true??? It's a big problem doing global business conference calls, especially if you don't know which time zone the Sender of the invitation is in.
Thanks so much,