I've assumed that iOS enforces its Privacy settings, but now it appears that it might not: Fantastical 2 displays one of my calendars even though its iOS Privacy setting for Calendars is set to Off (i.e., deny access). The calendar is sync'd with a CalDAV server (I also have calendars that are sync'd with iTunes, and they are hidden as expected). I first observed this behavior with Fantastical 2 v2.1.4 on iOS 8.0.2. The misbehavior persisted when I updated Fantastical 2 to v2.2, and when I updated iOS to v8.1. I'm using an iPhone 5S. Recap: When Fantastical 2's iOS Privacy settings are: - Calendars=Off, Reminders=On: Fantastical 2 does not behave as expected (displays a CalDAV calendar, and all reminders; should display only reminders) - Calendars=On, Reminders=Off: Fantastical 2 behaves as expected (displays all calendars, no reminders) - Calendars=On, Reminders=On: Fantastical 2 behaves as expected (displays all calendars and reminders) - Calendars=Off, Reminders=Off: Fantastical 2 behaves as expected (does not display any calendars or reminders) I would like to ask two questions: 1. Has anyone else observed this behavior in Fantastical 2? 2. Has anyone observed other apps gaining access that should be denied by iOS Privacy settings?