With the help of iTunes, you can easily sync your outlook calendar with your iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus in iOS 11, which helps you to view your calendar details on your iPhone. Being different from the way to sync Google contacts with iPhone X/8/7, which requires iCloud to work, syncing Outlook calendar needs iTunes to get things done. All you need to prepare before synchronizing your Outlook and iPhone calendars is to update your iTunes to the latest version following the steps below to avoid problems like iPhone not connecting to iTunes.
How to update iTunes to its latest version:
Now it's time to sync your Outlook calendar with your iPhone X/iPhone 8 in iOS 11.
The steps below can be applied to Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2017.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus to your computer with a USB cable and launch iTunes if it doesn't open automatically.
Step 2: Once connected, click the Device button in iTunes menu bar and choose your iPhone.
Step 3: Under Settings, choose Info and find the Calendar section.
Step 4: Under Calendars, click the checkbox next to Sync calendar with and choose Outlook.
Step 5: Then select to sync all your Outlook calendars to your iPhone X/iPhone 8 by choosing All calendars or sync some of your Outlook calendars to your iPhone by choosing Selected calendars and clicking the calendars you'd like to sync.
Step 6: Tap on Apply to start to sync Outlook calendars to your iPhone X/8/8 Plus.
Although it's simple to make it, sometimes the problem "iPhone calendars not syncing" will occur. If you are bothered by this issue, learn how to fix it with the solutions provided.
Bonus Tip: How to sync iPhone data to PC (FREE)
Do you want to view your iPhone data on PC whenever you want? If so, using EaseUS MobiMover Free, a completely free tool for iOS data transfer and file management, can help you transfer data from iPhone to PC easily. MobiMover enables you to transfer contacts, notes, messages, photos, movies, TV shows, music, ringtones, audiobooks and more between two iOS devices (iPhone/iPad in iOS 8 or later) or between iOS device and computer. Learn how to sync your iPhone data to PC from the steps below.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer with a USB cable. Tap "Trust This Computer" on the device screen if a pop-up asks. Run EaseUS MobiMover on your computer, and select the "Phone to PC" to help you sync iDevice data to the computer. Click "Next" to continue.
Step 2. As MobiMover has loaded all the data on your iDevice, you can start the transfer directly. Before that, you can set the storage path for the synced files of the iPhone/iPad. Otherwise, MobiMover will export the data to the desktop. Now choose the desired data categories and then click "Transfer".
Step 3. Wait patiently until all the selected files are successfully synced from your iDevice to your computer. Please don't disconnect your device while transferring. After that, you can browse, edit and change the location for the newly added content.
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