my iPad my set year is 2558 BE?

Tanya Johnson

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After several attempts at updating my iPad it finally completed successfully. However, my year I'd now set at 2558 BE. Does anyone know how to fix this?
 

Eileen Brenner

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To change back to Gregorian calendar I had to take somewhat different steps:
Settings - General - Language & Region - Calendar - Gregorian. Is this because I'm missing the most recent update?
Also, I have no idea how my calendar got switched from Gregorian to Buddhist in the first place - has anyone else had that happen?
 

kch50428

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To change back to Gregorian calendar I had to take somewhat different steps:
Settings - General - Language & Region - Calendar - Gregorian. Is this because I'm missing the most recent update?
Also, I have no idea how my calendar got switched from Gregorian to Buddhist in the first place - has anyone else had that happen?
If you notice... The thread is almost 2 years old... And the settings path you note is indeed correct for the present iOS... apparently it's a very random bug that happens.
 

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