iCloud Calendar Spam Continues Despite Multiple Fixes

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Despite Apple’s best efforts to make changes and improvements, spam in the iCloud calendar, which was a issue for many users before 2016, has continued to affect iCloud users.

Spam calendars that have been made available to users over the years come in a number of ways, including iCloud users receiving requests for a calendar event or to view/share an iCloud photo album or image.

Apple’s various solutions, including a YouTube video and a new “Report Junk” button to iCloud Calendar, don’t seem to be enough, as Apple focuses on finding a solution to the iCloud Calendar that invites spam instead of spam and junk calendar events added due to Safari pop-ups.

For more information, read the original story in 9to5mac.


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