Difference between CalDAV and Subscribed Calendars

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    In the mail section on the iPad under other you can setup CalDAV or Subscribed calendars. What is the difference between them, they seem the same to me?

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    I was able to determine the differences between these. Subscribed calendars are one-way read-only calendars. CalDAV is the open protocol that always sharing of calendars, these calendars are read-write and sync in almost real time.

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