Apple took the first step to remove spam notifications and invitations from the iCloud calendar. The spam invitations, which recently began to confront us, were mainly used for advertising purposes. Spam invitations, which are based in China, have increased the speed with the arrival of the holiday season in particular.
Apple recently announced that a number of iCloud users have been tasked with solving this problem because they are complaining about spam invitations.
Apple is using the Report Junk option for the iCloud web version. Now users can get rid of this invitation by marking the Report Junk option when they receive an unwanted spam invitation. When the Report Junk option is checked, the spam invitation is automatically deleted from your calendar and the sender is being blocked.
With feedback from users, Apple aims to identify spam invitees, and although Apple has not been able to offer a definitive solution to the problem, it has managed to take the first step. Among the information that the company continues to work on behalf of blocking spam invitations altogether. The Report Junk option will soon be available for iOS and then for macOS.