How to Recover and Restore Deleted Calendar on iPhone

Read our simple guide on how to recover and restore deleted calendar events on your iPhone device

Without date calendars, we’d be lost. If you’re like the majority of the iPhone population, then you have long replaced your physical diary with the mobile calendar app long ago. It’s important to keep track of your schedule, and if you’re finding it hard to so with missing iPhone calendar events, this may help. If you have somehow erased your calendar events, you can use Enigma Recovery software, as a quick solution to get them back on your iPhone.

After deleting an important text message or iMessage, calendar entry, or contact, sometimes a panic ensues. To ease your worries right away, there is a way to recover deleted iPhone data. Enigma Recovery is a simple to use desktop software that helps iPhone and iPad users recover lost data. There are three ways to do this: through an iPhone scan, an iTunes backup scan, or an iCloud backup scan. To recover your deleted Calendar entries, choose the right tutorial for you below.

With these tutorials, you can recover deleted iPhone calendar events from:

  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone XS/XS Max
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 7 & 7 Plus
  • iPhone 6 & 6 Plus
  • iPhone 5/5c/5s
  • iPhone SE
  • iPhone 4/4s

How to recover deleted iPhone calendar events without backup

This option is ideal for users who have not previously backed up their iPhone to iCloud or iTunes. For this recovery solution, all you need is your iPhone and Enigma Recovery software.

Step 1 – Download Enigma Recovery

The Enigma Recovery free trial will show you if there are any deleted items that can be recovered from your device. Download the software from this site and install it to your computer.

Download and open Enigma Recovery

Step 2 – Connect your iPhone

Connect your iPhone to the Mac or PC you are using, with a USB cable. You may then need to trust the computer with your iPhone, to continue.

Connect your iphone

Step 3 – Select ‘Calendar’ and scan

From the data list option, select the types of deleted data you would like to recover from your iPhone. Please note that the more items you select, the longer the scan will be. Be sure to select ‘Calendar’. Then start your scan.

select calendar and scan

Step 4 – View deleted calendar items

After the scan, you will be able to view your deleted iPhone calendar events by clicking onto the ‘Calendar’ tab. To view all data, you will need to unlock the full version of Enigma Recovery.

see recovered calendar entries

Step 5 – Export or Restore deleted calendar entries

You may now save calendar entries to your computer, or restore them to your phone. To complete either of these options, click the ‘Export & Restore’ button and follow the given instructions.

export recovered iphone calendar entries

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How to recover deleted iPhone calendar entries from iCloud backup

For those of you iOS users who backup to iCloud either automatically or manually, your diligence is about to pay off. Use Enigma Recovery to scan your iCloud backup file directly for your calendar entries, even if the events are missing from your iPhone.

Step 1 – Download Enigma Recovery

Download the Enigma Recovery free trial. Once you have done this, install the software and open to the start screen.

Download and open Enigma Recovery

Step 2 – Select ‘Recover from my iCloud’

From the menu on the left, select ‘Recover from my iCloud’. This option will allow you to start recovering data from your iCloud backup.

Recover from icloud

Step 3 – Log into iCloud

To start the recovery, log into your iCloud account. The software will offer you two-factor authentication before entering your iCloud account. This is the most secure login available for iPhone data recovery. Your log in details will also remain safe as the software will not save or retain them.

Log into icloud

Step 4 – Select an iCloud backup

You may now choose which iCloud backup to recover from. Use the date each backup was made to help you decide. Choose a backup file that was created before the calendar entries were deleted.

Select an icloud backup

Step 5 – Select data type

Select ‘Calendar’ from the data type list and any other deleted data types you would like to recover. Once you have done this, start your scan.

Select calendar datatype to scan

Step 6 – View recovered data

After the scan, you can view your recovered data in the ‘Calendar’ tab. To view all your data, you will need to unlock the full version of Enigma Recovery.

View recovered data

Step 7 – Save Calendar entries

You can now export or restore the calendar entries that have been recovered. To export the data to your computer, or restore lost data to your phone, click the ‘Export & Restore’ button and follow the given instructions.

export recovered iphone calendar entries

How to recover deleted iPhone calendar entries from iTunes backup file

If you have backed up your iPhone to iTunes before the calendar entries you need to recover were deleted, then Enigma Recovery software will also be able to scan your iTunes backup file.

Step 1 – Download Enigma Recovery

Download the Enigma Recovery software from this website. Once you have installed and opened the software, continue on to the next step.

Download and open Enigma Recovery

Step 2 – Choose ‘Recover from my iTunes’

From the tab menu on the left, select ‘Recover from my iTunes’. The computer will then display the iTunes backup files that have been found on your laptop or computer.

Choose recover from itunes

Step 3 – Select backup file

Select the backup file that you would like to scan for deleted calendar entries. Choose the file that is most likely to contain the lost data you are looking for. Use the date column to help you.

Select itunes backup file

Step 4 – Select data types to scan

Tick the data types you would like to search the iTunes backup for, not forgetting ‘Calendar’. Once you have done this, start the scan.

Select the datatypes to scan

Step 5 – View calendar entries

After the scan you will be able to view your data by clicking onto the feature tabs. To view all your data and unlock your export and restore options, upgrade from the trial to the full version of Enigma Recovery.

View and export calendar entries

FAQs

Here are some frequently asked questions that many customers have about recovering deleted iPhone calendar events.

Can I get my deleted calendar back on my iPhone?

Yes, but using Enigma Recovery software and our free iOS app, Restore, you can recover and then transfer calendar events back to the app on your iPhone. From there, you can save events back to the native Calendar app on your device.

Why did my Calendar events disappear from my iPhone?

Other than accidental deletion, common causes of calendar events disappearing include failed device upgrades or syncing with another calendar service, which can cause the iPhone to delete older events automatically. To minimise the risk and impact of data loss, it is essential to make regular backups of your iPhone.

Will your software be compatible with my iPhone?

Enigma Recovery is compatible with a range of iOS devices, including iPhone XS/XR/X/8/7/6/SE/5/4. We’re even compatible with iOS 12!

If you need any help at all using the Enigma Recovery software, please contact our Support Team via the live chat or visit our FAQs.

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About

Sarah McGregor joined the Enigma Recovery Team in June 2014. As Digital and Content Marketing Executive she writes help blogs and ‘How to’ articles for the website. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys connecting with our customers through social media and email.

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