Nextcloud version (eg, 20.0.5): 23.0.3
Operating system and version (eg, Ubuntu 20.04): official nextcloud container nextcloud:23.0.3-fpm in Kubernetes/Openshift
Apache or nginx version (eg, Apache 2.4.25): official container nextcloud:23.0.4-fpm and nginx v1.21.6
PHP version (eg, 7.4): as in official container nextcloud:23.0.4-fpm
we have the following issue in our organisation. Since update to iOS 15.4.1 we are not able to use the CalDAV anymore. It seem it is an SSL issue. We tried ports 8443, 443 and 80, among others, although 443 should be the right one, if I am not mistaken.
We also tried other variations of the server address. Usually the one that can be copied from the calendar app through the browser. Here is what we tried:
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But i think that is not the problem.
Maybe iOS has exchanged or removed a few certificates. Please check your SSL certificate. Works it fine in a browser (not a manipulated company browser with another added CA). You can also test the url of your Nextcloud in browser of your iOS smartphone. Does it works?
Thanks. Sorry for the miss. I am a first time user of the forum.
We will fill out the template.
thanks, as well. We get the following response if we enter that address:
“This is the WebDAV interface. It can only be accessed by WebDAV clients such as the Nextcloud desktop sync client.”
unfortunately, updating things is a bit tricky in a NGO, as we rely on other open source tools and checking for compatibility with new builds is a slow process. But we can hopefully update everything soon.
It only seems to be an issue with iOS 15.4.1, as android apps and iPadOS, for example, don’t have this issue.
thanks for your input. I have updated the information in the original post.
Regarding the certificate, I am not sure. We are using a system (user name + password) by Feather development team. Does that help?
Not really. It is about the webserver certificate which is delivered from your webserver when visiting your domain. And Apple raised the requirements for those certificates. The raised requirements need to be fulfilled by the certificate your webserver is delivering for synchronisation to work.
But I actually doubt that the certificate is the problem since you have clients which do sync with the latest iPadOS version.
we were able to solve the problem. We figured out some settings and procedural necessities.
Calender seems to get out of synch after update to iOS 15.4.1. But not for everyone.
This depends on whether “Background App Refresh” is turned on for the Apple Calendar app.
Port 443 is the correct one, which should also be the default one.
If “Background App Refresh” was turned off for the Apple Calendar app, it is sufficient for to open the app once to make an initial connection to the server. That means you can save the CALdav account settings as they are, although you might receive an error on the SSL connection (which is due to the failed background app refresh for the calendar). Afterwards you can open the calendar app and wait some seconds. After that, the CALdav calendar shows up as usual.
Make sure to do a restart of the phone after deleting and before re-adding a CALdav account.
Hope this helps. Thanks also for all the responses.