Do you want to transfer calls from your primary iPhone to any of your iOS devices? Whether you want your assistant to forward a call from his or her iPhone to yours or you need a call transferred to an iPad or MacBook, then this guide will come in handy.
How to allow calls on other devices on iOS 8, 9, 10 & 11
Follow the steps here to allow calls to be forwarded on your other Apple devices as long as they are in the same network.
- Go to Settings
- Tap on Phone
- Select Calls on Other Devices
- Toggle to Allow Calls on Other Devices
- Add all the devices within your iCloud Account
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How to forward calls between iOS devices
Once you have added the devices, follow the steps below to forward calls between the two Apple devices. This can only be done when there is an incoming call.
- Answer your incoming call
- Select Audio on the menu that appears
- Select your preferred device from the options that appear
Remember that for this feature to work, the two Apple devices should be within the same Wi-Fi network and not very far from each other.
You won’t be charged extra for transferring the call to another device. This is because this service uses the internet to transfer audio to your preferred device. It works on any Apple device including an iPhone, iPad, and MacBook. The call quality is great and you have access to the call menu as it appears on your main device.
How you can use this feature
This feature is useful when you want your assistant to transfer a call to your iPhone without having to spend on call forwarding services. It is also essential when a caller requests to talk to someone who is nearby. Additionally, it can be used to transfer calls to an iPad or iPod whenever the caller would like to talk to the entire family.
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I hope you have found this feature useful and fun. If you have any questions, make sure to leave them below.