If you’re like most people, you probably don’t enjoy having your phone ring while you’re in the middle of something. But what if there was a way to unsilence your calls without having to fumble around for your phone Introducing the “How to Unsilence Calls on iPhone” blog! Here we’ll show you how to quickly and easily unsilence your calls, so you can stay focused on what’s important.
How to unsilence calls on your iPhone
If you’ve silenced all incoming calls on your iPhone, you may be wondering how to unsilence them. It’s actually pretty easy! Here’s how:
- Go to your Settings app.
- Tap “Do Not Disturb.”
- Tap the switch next to “Manual.” This will unsilence all incoming calls.
How to turn off Do Not Disturb mode on your iPhone
It’s easy to forget that Do Not Disturb mode is enabled on your iPhone, especially if you don’t use it that often. But if you’re expecting an important phone call and your iPhone doesn’t ring, it can be frustrating. Here’s how to turn off Do Not Disturb mode on your iPhone:
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Tap Do Not Disturb.
- Turn off the switch next to Do Not Disturb.
- You can also tap Scheduled to schedule a time for Do Not Disturb mode to turn on and turn off automatically.
How to enable call forwarding on your iPhone
When you enable call forwarding, all incoming calls are sent to another phone number that you specify. You might need to set up call forwarding if you’re going to be away from your iPhone for an extended period of time or if you need to make sure that you don’t miss any important calls.
To set up call forwarding on your iPhone, start by opening the Settings app and tapping “Phone.” Then, tap “Call Forwarding” to open the call forwarding settings.
From here, you can tap the switch next to “Forward All Calls” to enable call forwarding. Once enabled, you’ll need to enter the phone number that you want incoming calls to be forwarded to.
You can also tap the switch next to “Conditional Call Forwarding” if you only want certain types of calls to be forwarded (for example, if you only want calls from unknown numbers to be forwarded). Once enabled, you’ll need to specify a phone number and a condition ( such as “Only Forward If Busy” or “Only Forward If Unanswered”).
When you’re finished setting up call forwarding, tap the “Done” button in the top-right corner of the screen.
How to set up an emergency contact on your iPhone
If you need to add or update your emergency contacts, you can do so in the Health app. Here’s how:
- Open the Health app and tap the Summary tab.
- Tap your profile picture in the top right corner.
- Tap Emergency Contacts.
- Tap Add Emergency Contact and enter the person’s name and relationship to you. Then tap Done.
- Enter the person’s phone number and tap Done.
- Repeat steps 4-6 for additional emergency contacts.
How to use the Silence Switch on your iPhone
The Silence Switch, also known as the Mute Switch, is located on the top left side of your iPhone. It’s a small switch that toggles between Silent mode and Ring mode. If you’re in a meeting or movie theater and want to quickly silence your iPhone, just flick the switch up to put it in Silent mode. You can still receive calls and texts, but your iPhone will remain silent.
How to use Do Not Disturb mode on your iPhone
With Do Not Disturb, you can silence all incoming calls, alerts, and notifications. You can also schedule Do Not Disturb and allow calls from certain people.
How to use call forwarding on your iPhone
There are two ways to use call forwarding on your iPhone. The first way is to go to Settings > Phone > Call Forwarding and turn on call forwarding. The second way is to use the *#61# code. To do this, open the Phone app and enter *#61#. You will see a list of numbers that your calls are being forwarded to. To unsilence calls on your iPhone, simply go to Settings > Phone > Do Not Disturb and turn off Do Not Disturb.
How to use the emergency contact feature on your iPhone
If you’re ever feeling unsafe or need help, you can quickly and easily get in touch with your emergency contacts using the emergency contact feature on your iPhone. Here’s how to set it up and use it.
To add an emergency contact, open the Health app and tap the “Medical ID” tab. From there, tap “Edit” in the top right corner. Scroll down to the “Emergency Contacts” section and tap “Add Emergency Contact.” Enter your emergency contact’s name, relationship to you, and phone number. You can also add an email address if you’d like. When you’re finished, tap “Done” in the top right corner.
To use the emergency contact feature, open the Health app and tap the “Medical ID” tab. Tap “Emergency Call” in the bottom left corner. Your iPhone will call 911 first, but if you keep holding down the side button (iPhone X and later) or home button (iPhone 8 and earlier), it will give you the option to call your emergency contacts.