Transfer Calendar from iPhone 4S/5/5S/SE/6/6S to iPhone 7

April 07, 2017
My iPhone 5S has been in use for three years, and I've been using it since 2014. Have to say, Apple Corp's mobile phone is really good to use. Although it took so long, but it will not crash. Running speed is still fast. But my 5S's memory is 8G, when I buy  it, 8G is enough for me to use, but now more and more files, memory space is not enough. So I bought a new iPhone 7, its memory capacity is 128G. But all my file still exists in iPhone 5S, I've synchronized almost all of the data like contacts, photos, videos, music, text messages and so on, but my calendar. So I want to transfer my calendar from old iPhone 5S to iPhone 7, how can I do?
To transfer any data between any two iPhone devices, here I have a very practical and safe proposal, that is Mobile Transfer.
Mobile Transfer, which is also named Phone to Phone Transfer. From its name may be derived its meaning, this is a component developed specifically for data transfer between phones. No doubt, as long as you want, this software can transfer any files and data including contacts, text messages, photos, videos, call logs, calenars, music, apps and more from one phone to another mobile phone. It is compatible with almost all mobile phones on the market, whether it is a Android phone or iPhone. Of course, including my iPhone 5S and iPhone 7. The most important thing is that it will not cause any damage to your mobile phone during the transfer process, and will not cause data and file loss. So, it's a piece of cake for the software to transfer calendar from any old iPhone to iPhone 7/7 Plus.
If you have not used this software, please read the following instructions.


Steps to Transfer Calendar from Your Old iPhone to iPhone 7/7 Plus


Step 1. Connect your device to the computer

First of all, you need to download and install the software on your computer, and then run the software, at the same time please using the data cables to connect your two iPhones to computer.

Since the calendar and other data will be transferred from the source device (your old iPhone device) to the destination one (iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus). So, please distinguish the location of your phone, of course, you can use the "Flip" button to exchange their position.

Step 2. Choose the file and start to transfer

When the connection is successful, the software displays the data types that can be transferred, such as contacts, messages, music, videos, calendar, etc.. If you just want to transfer your calendar, you just have to choose the "Calendar", and then click on "Start Transfer".

Note: For efficiency, please don't disconnect either of your iPhone until the process is completed.

Step 3. Successful transfer

After a while, the transfer will be completed automatically. You can check the "Clear Data before Copy" box if you want to erase data on the destination phone before copying the new data.


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