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I recently switched an iPhone from iOS 6 to iOS 7.1.2. Within iOS 6 I was using Calendar on the day display and week display mode continuously. It was easy to a point I can't even recall how I did this switching (we should take notes when we see an interface which is working nicely).

With iOS 7.1.2 I have a serious interface problem.

Within Calendar I am able to switch from an annual view to a month view with the month name topleft red button. I discovered that I can also switch back to the month view by clicking on the month name red header. But I can't see any way to switch to a day or week view. On the bottom left corner I have a Today red button, but it doesn't do anything.

What is the intelligent method to access the actual day calendar?

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To toggle from month to week view, turn the phone sideways.

Day view is dependant on whether or not you have the list view on or off [highlighted in blue] If that's on, the day's events appear underneath the month. If it's off, tapping a day will take you to that day's view.

Once in Day view, the same button will then toggle between single day & list of upcoming events view.

Month view
Month View


Week view
Week view


Day view
Day view


Event list
Event list

  • Thank you. I have the week one :)! Now for the day Calendar, do I have to rotate it around another axe? – dan Mar 23 '15 at 11:32
  • Day view is just the list under Month (the bit I scribbled out) - toggled by the icon in red on my first picture. Other than that, it's on your notifications drop-down. – Tetsujin Mar 23 '15 at 11:51
  • I'm sorry, but I don't "see" how to get the day Calendar. If you click on the Today button do you get to the Calendar of today? On my iOS 7.1.2, this button seems "dead". – dan Mar 23 '15 at 23:28
  • ach - my bad - updating answer. I've only just found it myself... – Tetsujin Mar 24 '15 at 6:36
  • I understood my blindness :). The day circled of red isn't just an emphasis of today. It is also a button. On the other hand the red Today isn't a button at all, it's just emphasis. I feel this confusion between emphasis and function isn't a real improvement. It looks like a nice confusion :(. – dan Mar 24 '15 at 7:51

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