iPhone Is the Apple website wrong?

Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by gustavoastolphi, Sep 19, 2015.

  1. gustavoastolphi macrumors newbie

    gustavoastolphi

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    Hey guys!
    I was checking Apple's website earlier today when I saw a different kind of Calendar view in the iPhone 6 (apparently, doesn't look like a 6+).
    Is the apple website wrong or am I too dumb? I remember seeing this kind of calendar view in iOS 7. It turns out that I'm not able to see my calendar like the picture below. Btw: I have an iPhone 6.
    (The other image shows how my calendar looks like. There's no "timeline" or something below the weekdays)
    Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. C DM macrumors Westmere

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    It's the typical day view that's been there since iOS 7. Make sure you are in day view and don't have the icon with three lines on top selected (as that will give you agenda view).
     
  3. AbblePC macrumors regular

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    It's called the Today View, it can be selected when in portrait mode by tapping "Today" in the bottom left corner of the screen, when viewing your calendar in year mode or any day view. While landscape mode displays the today view no matter the page type being displaying in portrait, when you turn the phone to landscape physically, it shows in a week like today view.
     
  4. gustavoastolphi thread starter macrumors newbie

    gustavoastolphi

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    Thanks bro, I totally forgot how to do that. Peace.
     
  5. Mac2me, Sep 19, 2015
    Last edited: Sep 19, 2015

    Mac2me macrumors 6502a

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    To get to Photo 1 (hourly) from Photo 2 (calendar and list), click on the Today button at bottom - you should see a hourly listing and you'll have the 3 lines at the top.

    To get from Photo 2 (calendar and list) to Photo 1 (hourly) touch the Month button at the top - you should see the square with 2 lines again at the top.

    Think of it this way, the square represents the calendar; and the 2 lines below, the events. The 3 lines, the daily list.
     
  6. gustavoastolphi thread starter macrumors newbie

    gustavoastolphi

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    yep, just figured out how to do this. thanks bro
     

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