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LynnSD Level 1 Level 1

Just put on IOS 7 on its launch day on my iPad 4 and IPhone 5. They are synced with my MacPro with Mac OS 10.8.5 using BusyCal for my go to calendar. Used Busycal for years.


Everything worked perfectly before I did the updates.


Now my MacPro with BusyCal is fine but MacPro Apple Calendar has missing events from some of my IClouds 8 fifferent calendars same as iCloud. IOS Devices only have events from my iCloud home calendar showing nothing from the other 7 calendars.


Called Apple and levels one and two Apple Care people did not know what to do.  IOS 7 was not available for the level two helper.

iPhone 5, iOS 7, Calendar events missing after updat
Solved by LynnSD on Sep 23, 2013 8:15 PM Solved

Thank you for guys for attempting to assist.


I am embarrassed to admit that after installing IOS 7, I needed to put in my iCloud password in the BusyCal program again. It runs perfectly now like it has alway done.


Appreciate you assistance.



  • jkmidge Level 1 Level 1

    I had similar issues. All of my past events under my "Personal" calendar were not there. I went to Settings/Mail,Contacts,Calendars/Sync and changed the setting to "All Events" (other options are 2 Weeks Back, 1 Month Back, 3 Months Back, 6 Months Back). Not sure if this did anything or not.


    I needed to see all my doctor appointments I had had over the past year (they still showed up on my desktop calendar, but not my iPhone). So I went in to each doctor appointment on the desktop, editing the name slightly, and it then appeared on my iPhone. This was a pain, but I got all my doc visits back on my phone so I can search for them. Note that repeating events in my Personal calendar still showed up. It was only solo events that would not display.


    Seems like Apple made a mistake on this one.

  • RichKC Level 1 Level 1

    I had this problem on my iPhone 4 after upgrading to iOS7.  Apple tech support gave me the solution.  At the bottom of the calendar screen, tap Calendars.  On the ensuing list, make sure Calendar is checkmarked.  If not, tap it to checkmark it.  That fixed my problem, anyway.

  • LynnSD Level 1 Level 1

    Thank you for guys for attempting to assist.


    I am embarrassed to admit that after installing IOS 7, I needed to put in my iCloud password in the BusyCal program again. It runs perfectly now like it has alway done.


    Appreciate you assistance.



  • George Atwater Level 1 Level 1

    I have an iPhone 4 that I upgraded to iOS 7 four days ago.  I was syncing tolerably well with iCal until this morning, when all the calendars were deleted and with them all events.  When I tried to add a new calendar, Calendar crashed.  Thank you,

  • J Elliott 1 Level 1 Level 1

    Thanks for the post.  Solved my prolblem also!

  • stellarize Level 1 Level 1

    I'm having this same problem. In addition, all my events have been deleted from iCloud when I login.

  • reyadapple Level 1 Level 1

    Hi guys,I think i have same problem also.i updated to ios7 week ago,but so far i can not login to my calendar although i tried many times.Besides I lost many contacts info.

    I really really regretful to change into ios 7.

  • TLCbellevue Level 1 Level 1

    Thank you! I had this problem on my iPhone 5S, and this took care of it.

  • michaelsmusic Level 1 Level 1

    i am having this problem as well as are all friends and colleagues with an iPhone 4

    I am really really MIFFED. Apple should have told everyone on iphone 4 to NOT upgrade to IOS7 or they should have tested this better and ironed out the bugs


    Apps take too long to display

    Calendar is not working - No new entries recorded


    Ask me if I will be sticking with iPhone when my plan is up

  • hardley40 Level 1 Level 1

    Exactly what I needed. Thanks.

  • icantillana Level 1 Level 1

    Same problem.

    No progress or answering since Friday.

    Just got a "do not do anything" message and still waiting.

    Now I am lost, my iCal do not help and creates confussion.

  • eldred44 Level 1 Level 1

    That works on iPhone 5. "Calendar" button RichKC is referring to is the mobile device iCal screen, not your Mac iCal display. There are invisible checkmark buttons there to the left of each iCal type of event which you need to tap to enable on your next sync.  This same problem happens everytime there's an iOS upgrade (?) so you would think that Apple would alert people.  If they did it's buried somewhere in the fine print where no one will ever find it.  A very Windows kind of sloppiness on Apple's part, but this is nothing new: it has been going on for years now. Even pre-Steve's demise.

  • TTSoulen Level 1 Level 1

    My calendars were not syncing to my mobile devices since I updated my iPhone 4S to IOS 7. Eventually I discovered that, while my desktop had me logged into iCloud as, my iPad and iPhone had me logged in as I deleted that iCloud account from both devices and re-logged in so that all three were identical and everything synced perfectly. Good luck.

  • 1youngfool Level 1 Level 1

    Okay, what I think I've learned (I'm not techy) is that the default calendar when making appointments on my iphone no longer defaults to the google calendar after the ios7 upgrade.  My gmail and contacts were syncing, and events entered from browser into g-calendar were showing on my phone, but events entered on my phone weren't recorded online.  Opening calendar on my phone, and selecting "Calendars" at the botton of the screen I saw more that one calendar selected (check mark)for display.  Only one of these calendars is the google calendar.  Under "Settings" - "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" toward the bottom there's an option to select "Default Calendar".  Additionally, every time an appointment is made there's an option to select which calendar to place the event.  Solved my problems!

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