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My calendar app seems to lose appointments in the past. Do I have something set wrong? When I look back to see when I last went to the doctor (for example), I cannot find anything other than birthdays on past months.
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Are you using iPad? I know that in settings you can tell it to sync all events or a certain time frame. Don't know how to do it on iMac or Mbp..
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I am not having this issue on my iPad or iMac; just my iPhone.
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Make sure that all events is checked in settings- mail, contacts and calendars-calendars-sync.
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Make sure that all events is checked in settings- mail, contacts and calendars-calendars-sync.
prrs4me has hit the nail on the head.

Your iPhone is clearing down old events as per the Sync setting noted above.

You can have it keep the past 2 weeks, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months or all events.

If you need to look back more the 6 months then the All Events is the option you need.

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