Discussion in 'iPhone Programming' started by Szwicki, Jan 6, 2018.
is there a reason Easter is not on calendar but Christmas, indigenous people day on it etc.
Easter is on my calendar.
Here is mine
Is your country’s holiday calendar enabled in the Calendar app?
Unlike mine, it should be checkmarked.
Yes it is
Makes no sense. But God doesn’t automatically capitalize either so............
Easter is not on either of my 2 Calendars.
Same here, no Easter and I am 'subscribed' to US Holidays
Note: This is on my 5S on iOS 10.3.3
(I'll check the others in a couple of minutes)
That will be a no on 9.3.5, 5.1.1 and 11.2.1 also
Apparently, Easter is not an official federal holiday in the US. Most likely because it falls on Sunday each year.
Try the following:
Tap this link on your iPhone:
If it doesn’t open a new tab, copy the link and paste it to a new tab. You’ll be asked to open the link in Calendar. Open it there, then subscribe to the calendar.
This will add US holidays to your calendar, and Easter is among them.
Obviously the missing Easter Sunday is a bug or feature of the US built in calendar.
This really upsets me. I’m in the US and Easter is not on my calendar. Why in the world would it matter if it’s federally recognized? April Fools certainly isn’t!!!
That's one I have. Easter is not on it.
Wait! Yes it is. After tinkering with the calendars, it showed for this calendar.
I just found it odd it’s not when Christmas is and other holidays. Indigenous people day etc.
in the Christian calendar Easter Is the most important over Christmas whether it is recognized by Apple or not All printed calendars I have at home have it in there so it’s not whether it is a recognized us holiday
I used the link and it worked. However, holidays that were showing in calendar are now showing twice. How do I delete the duplicates? Incidentally, Thanksgiving day was not on calendar either but this link added it.
Separate names with a comma.