It’s a multiplatform world: You can be a Windows user on your desktop or laptop, yet still be happily carrying an iPhone or using an iPad. Now, say you use Microsoft Outlook on your Windows machine and you want to synchronize your calendar appointments in both Outlook and on your iOS device. How can you do this?
Well, if you run Microsoft Outlook on the same PC on which iTunes is installed, the operation is fairly simple. You can use either iTunes or iCloud to perform the synchronization.
But what if your Outlook and iTunes computers are different? For example, I run Outlook on my laptop and iTunes on my desktop. The sync procedure becomes a bit more challenging but still doable. One option is to set up a sync between your Outlook calendar and a Google calendar and then between your Google and iPhone calendars. Sounds tricky, but it works.
Let’s go over the different ways you can accomplish your calendar synchronization.
Sync Through iTunes