How to quickly transfer an on-going phone call to FaceTime? It could be a question if you are new to iPhone. This post will show you some tricks about using FaceTime.
Firs of all, you should keep FaceTime enabled. To turn it on, tap the Settings app from your Home screen, then tap on FaceTime, and tap the switch next to FaceTime. Once the FaceTime activates, you can make video calls via Wi-Fi or cellular network.
Here’s how to quickly transfer to FaceTime during a call:
- Make a phone call on your iPhone, or accept an incoming call.
- During the call, tap the FaceTime button on the calling screen.
A few seconds later your iPhone will make a seamlessly transition from the current call to FaceTime. To make this transition happen, your iPhone should have an active network connection over Wi-Fi or a cellular data network, and meanwhile the caller is using an iOS device. This little trick is useful if you want to talk over FaceTime.
If you want to disable FaceTime over cellular, here’s how to do it right:
- Tap Settings app, select Cellular, and scroll down to User Cellular Data For.
- Find and toggle the switch next to FaceTime to Off.
Besides, when you are on a FaceTime or phone call and another call comes in, you will be prompted to (a) end the current call and accept the incoming call, (b) accept the incoming call and put the current one on hold, or (c) decline the incoming call. If you choose to Ignore the call, the caller will be directly to voicemail.
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