Is natural language parsing getting better in Apple Calendar?

Perhaps I’m imagining this or I’m noticing more but natural language parsing seems to be getting better in Apple Calendar. Granted, not as good as Fantastical but not bad either. I noticed the apparent improvement this morning as I was entering an all day for two days event so I would remember that my AD is out of town. Here is what I saw as I typed and the result.

As I typed:
Screen Shot 2022-04-10 at 6.40.09 AM

Result:
Screen Shot 2022-04-10 at 6.40.36 AM

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I’ve found the natural language parsing in Calendar fine for my needs for a while now I think, and I do remember being pleasantly surprised when I added something recently.

I only add one or two appointments every couple of weeks, so I’m not exactly a power user here…

Same here, my EA enters most of my appointments but occasionally I need to add one and Calendars works fine for this.

Is there a way to have iOS or iPadOS parse an event in those respective versions of calendar? It’s one of the reasons I keep Fantastical around.