Have you ever needed to forward a call on your iPhone? Maybe you were in the middle of talking to someone and they wanted to talk with their mom or dad. It can be a little tricky, but this article will teach you how to do it. Read on for three different ways!
What does the word ‘forwarding’ mean?
If you’re trying to remember what forwarding means, it’s basically sending a phone call on. When you forward a call on, it functions like an external line for your phone. This is helpful if you have to make a call to someone who doesn’t have their own phone or if your phone is out of battery and you need to connect with someone from another number.
If you’re confused about how this works, it’s actually pretty easy. It can be done by pressing the green ‘i’ button in the top right corner of your iPhone screen or by double-tapping the red button at the bottom of your iPhone screen.
You’ll also want to use AirPlant as a backup in case that doesn’t work!
Three ways to forward a call
Forwarding a call isn’t always easy. If you’re not sure how to do it, there are three different ways to forward a call on your iPhone.
First, there’s the Do Not Disturb feature on the iPhone screen. This will silence all incoming calls and notifications until you decide to answer them again.
Secondly, there is the Contacts app. On this app, go through the list of contacts until you find someone whose phone number is listed as “iPhone.” Tap that person’s name, then tap “Call Forward” at the top of their contact info on their contact card. This will send calls directly to your phone instead of going to voicemail or ringing in with your iPhone’s sound settings.
Thirdly, if you want to do this without the help of any apps or contacts, hold down the home button while a call comes in. It’ll connect directly to your phone instead of going through Apple’s built-in system for forwarding calls (Voicemail).
The process of forwarding a call on your iPhone can be confusing, but it doesn’t have to be. Read these three tips and you’ll know how to do it in no time.