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First on your Mac, open Calendars app. Click on File menu and select Export. Then Export the calendar to your Documents folder or any other folder for backup.
If the Calendars are saved online, then all you have to do is sign out from Google or iCloud from your Mac and sign in again. Go to System Preferences > iCloud and click Sign Out. If asked to Keep or Delete stuffs, select Keep. If you only get Delete, then delete it. You will get them after signing back.
Once you are signed out, wait 2 minutes, then go to System Preferences > iCloud and sign in again.
Then go to System Preferences > Internet Accounts. Select Google account in left column and sign out or delete it. Then add it back again by clicking the + button. This will re-establish the connection with servers.
Please let me know if that didn't work, so we can continue troubleshooting
You have to do this on your Mac first
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If you don't remember your Apple ID password, then you have to reset it from here --> https://iforgot.apple.com/
Once you reset it, use the new password ***** sign out and sign in.
Once you signed out from Mac, let me know and we can re-establish the connection of iPhone also.
The restore calendar is a different function. Mainly for restoring to a backup if you lose anything. But that may refresh the sync.
If that didn't work, then please do the steps below exactly as this will re-establish the connection with servers
Then go to System Preferences > iCloud and click Sign Out. If asked to Keep or Delete stuffs, select Keep. If you only get Delete, then delete it. You will get them after signing back.
Once you are signed out, wait 2 minutes, then go to System Preferences > iCloud and sign in again. (Make sure you sign in to same account you used on your iPhone, in Settings > iCloud)
Then go to System Preferences > Internet Accounts. Select Google account in left column and sign out or delete it. Then add it back again by clicking the + button. This will re-establish the connection with Google servers (if you are syncing with Google as well).
Once you did the above steps, you have to re-estalbish the connection with iPhone as well. For that, on the iPhone, go to Settings > iCloud. Sign out and then sign in back.
BTW take your time and you can ask as many follow up questions you want without any additional charge.
That is strange. That could be the issue why it is not syncing. Can you reset the password (of the account/ID showing at the top) and see if it accepts the new one ?
Instead of sign out, can you try turning off Calendar and turning it back on ?
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Also do a soft reset on iPhone. Press and hold down the Power button and Home button at the same time until it shows the Apple logo. When you see the Apple logo, release the buttons and let it boot. This will soft reset it.
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Try turning off Calendar and turning it back on. I just don't understand why Find My iphone isn't accept the password. Is Internet working on it ?
You can reset Gmail password ***** here --> https://www.google.com/accounts/recovery/
You're welcome and sorry I couldn't solve your problem. if there is any account related issue, then it is better to call Apple online instead of genius bar.