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Follow the below guide to copy an Outlook calendar from the PC to the iPhone. This calendar transfer method does not require manual export or import and transfers the entire Outlook calendar, complete with appointments and event details, to the iPhone default Calendar app. It works for all iOS device such as the iPhone 6s, the iPad Pro, or any iPod touch. outlook calendar ready to copy to iphone

Copy Outlook calendar to iPhone via using CopyTrans Contacts

  1. Download CopyTrans Contacts from the following page:
    Copy Outlook calendar to iPhone

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Contacts, please refer to this article

  3. Run CopyTrans Contacts and connect the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch

  4. From the main program window, click on the Calendar button on the left, then click “Import calendars” click import calendars button in copytrans contacts

  5. A new window opens. Click “Outlook (direct import from Outlook)” outlook calendar direct import

  6. Now select the Outlook calendar you wish to copy to the iPhone and click OK select outlook calendar to copy to iphone

  7. If prompted by Outlook, grant CopyTrans Contacts access by selecting the time period (1 – 10 minutes) and click “Yes” allow access to outlook for copytrans contacts

  8. The Outlook calendar is transferred to the iPhone. outlook calendar displayed on iphone

    NOTE: Make sure to enable Time Zone Support for calendars on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Enabling Time Zone Support ensures that the imported Outlook event timings appear identical to the ones listed within your Outlook calendar.
    To enable Time Zone Support, please refer to the following Apple-provided article: iCloud: Change your calendar’s time zone.

This is a direct method to copy Outlook calendar to iPhone. iphone calendar app showing events  imported from outlook

Transfer calendars from Outlook to iPhone – YouTube tutorial

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