Managing your schedule can be difficult especially if you are using multiple devices. Apple makes this process very easy. You can wirelessly “sync” your data between your devices using iCloud. This means that by entering a new event on one of your iOS devices or Mac, you calendar will be updated on all of your devices.The iCloud service allows you to sync any of your devices to share information such as contacts, email accounts and calendars instantaneously. Here is how you can sync your calendars:
Related: How to sign up for iCloud
iOS devices (iPhone, iPad or iPod touch)
Make sure that your device is running iOS 5 or later. Turn on iCloud by tapping Settings > iCloud and toggle Calendars on
Mac OS X
Make sure your Mac is running OS X v10.7.4 or later. Turn on iCloud by choosing System Preferences from the Apple menu and select Calendars and Reminders.
To be able to use iCloud on your Windows PC, you need to install the iCloud Control Panel for Windows available here. To set up iCloud,click Windows Start menu and choose iCloud Control Panel and select Mail, Contacts, Calendars & Tasks.
Note: Sign in to iCloud on all devices using the same AppleID
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