Apple releases iCal 1.5.5 update

Apple has released iCal 1.5.5, an update to its bundled calendaring software. It includes improvements in iSync synchronization on computers running Mac OS X version 10.2. The update (7MB) is available via Software Update.


  1. iCal is beyond frustrating. A feature set from 1992 with a hook to buy ,Mac.

    I really want a full program in Tiger, but v1.6 is more of the same. A new feature of two.

    Hours of sending Apple feedback waisted. I hope they have something up their sleeve that they are saving for MWSF, but I highly doubt it.

  2. iCal is the absolute worst program from Apple — it doesn’t even seem like an Apple program. I don’t think it’s changed at all since it’s debut, and there are 10 other programs that have intuitive Task management — why has it taken so long for Apple to catch up? Is anyone happy with iCal?

    I like the ability to subscribe to other calendars, but I hate the pastel colors and boring design. So many windows to open and close, and the only To Do list features are a nebulous priority icon… No ability to show different Task sets or sort in different ways. PLEASE Apple, wake up!

    rant end – thank you

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