Owners of iPhones and iPads have plenty of reasons to impatiently wait for iOS updates because every new version of iOS introduces something refreshing and exciting. The iOS 9 brought many new options and features that make the usage of iPhone or iPad easier and more convenient. Now you can protect your iOS device with a 6-digit passcode, you can communicate with Siri hands-free even if your device is not connected to a power source, you can enable low power mode to make the battery last longer, and many other things. There is also a feature called “Events found in mail”. When this feature is activated, the events mentioned in the email messages will be added to your calendar automatically.
While this sounds like a pretty useful option some users simply don’t like it because they’ve noticed their calendars are clogged with tons of events which are not important to them at all. If you think the same, and if you don’t like this option, you can turn it off. In this guide, we are going to show you how to disable “Events found in mail” in iOS 9.
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How to disable “Events found in mail” in iOS 9
To disable this feature, follow the steps below:
- Navigate to Settings
- Tap on Mail, Contacts and Calendars
- Scroll down and you will see the feature “Events found in mail”
- To disable it, just move the switch right next to it
The feature will be deactivated. If you ever change your mind about this and want to use this feature, simply go to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and move the switch next to “Events found in mail” to enable it.
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