Many iPhone users are having a problem with their calendar app. That is they are don’t know how to add and delete holidays in the calendar app. So, here is the article I will show you how to do that with an easy method. Are you guys ready to learn this? To do that,
Steps to add US holidays in iPhone Calendar.
We are not adding holidays to our calendar regularly. So many calendar feeds are available on the web to populate holidays to iPhone or iPad. On iPhone, we can also install another country holiday list. We also plan jobs for the future using the holiday list.
- Go to Settings.
- Scroll down and select Calendars.
- Next click on the Account.
- Then tap on Add Account.
- Scroll down and click on Other.
- Click on the “Add Subscribed Calendar”.
- Enter in “ical.mac.com/ical/US32Holidays.ics”.
- And click “Next” and then click “Save”.
- On another screen click “Done”.
- Now you add US Holidays to your Calendar.
To verify whether the calendar is populated with US holidays:
- Open your Calendar.
- From the top-right click on the “Calendars”.
- Now we see a recently added Calendar (US Holidays).
Delete or remove US calendar from iPhone or iPad:
- Go to Settings.
- Select the Calendars.
- Click on the Subscribed Calendar listing.
- Click on the Calendar which you want to delete.
- Tab on the option “Delete Account”.
- Now the US Holidays is removed from the iPhone Calendar list.
How to delete Specific religious holidays in the Calendar:
Most people don’t want Specific Religious holidays(Muslim holidays, Christian holidays, etc..) on their Calendar app. For that,
Note: You can’t delete a particular holiday only. You want to delete all Holidays on your Calendar.
- Open the Calendar app on your iPhone.
- Then tap on the Calendar section at the bottom.
- Now select the (i) icon next to the holiday calendar name.
- And scroll down and select Delete Calendar.
That it guys. These are the methods to add and remove US holidays in iPhone Calendar. If you have any doubts or suggestions feel free to tell us via the comment section below.