Updated 01-13-2016 by Kyle Wiggers: Added methods for blocking calls using iBlacklist and Do Not Disturb Mode.
Here’s our how-to guide about how to block calls with an Apple iPhone regardless of your OS version.
It’s been a long time coming, but Apple has finally built an OS with built-in blocking utilities (and we are better for it). Step 2: Navigate to Blocked menu — Tap the main Settings icon when viewing the home screen, select the Phone option from the resulting menu and tap the Blocked option beneath the Calls section. Step 3: Block the number — Tap the blue Add New button and select the desired number you wish to block from the resulting contact list. Alternative blocking method — Tap the Phone icon while viewing the home screen, select either all calls or missed calls and tap the information icon to the right of the number you wish to block. Method 2: Block a Number That Has Recently Called YouIf someone has recently called you, like a telemarketer or a bill collector, chances are they're not in your contacts list.
You're Done!Now those annoying phone calls from telemarketers, spammers and your parents are a thing of the past.
I think it's great that a text terrorist can be texting away and you never see a text from them. After finishing with Method 3, you can delete that pesky number from your contacts, so it won't clog up the contact list - it still remains blocked. Please, I blocked a contact from being able to contact me but I did not expect old texts to get deleted. If you're getting harassed, spammed, stalked, or otherwise subjected to unwanted phone calls, FaceTime calls, or iMessages, you can block the person and preventing them from contacting you again.


Note: To use this specific method, you must have the person you want to block in your Contacts app. Your iPhone or iPad will automatically add every phone number and email address you have listed for that contact to your blocked list. Tap into the message thread of the person you're trying to block and tap Contact at the top. I don't think that's possible to anything but a landline as far as I know, through carrier or OS. For many of us, those unwanted calls come in the form of persistent ex-lovers trying to rekindle what has been lost or telemarketers offering an all-expenses-paid luxury cruise to a tropical island off the southern tip of Costa Rica.
The feature, coupled with all versions of iOS since the release of iOS 7, allows users to quickly block calls, messages, and Facetime requests sans any unnecessary external software or third-party apps. There will be no indication a call, text, or FaceTime request has been received on your end, but send receipts and other indications will still appear on the sender’s device as they would normally — meaning the sender will not be alerted of your decision to block them. To do so using the latter option, tap the main Settings icon from your smartphone’s home screen, select the General option near the top of the resulting menu, and then tap Software Update. Alternatively, select either the Messages or FaceTime option from the main Settings menu to access the same Blocked menu offered through the Phone settings. To unblock a user, simply tap the blue Edit option in the top-right corner of the Blocked menu, followed by the red subtraction sign directly beside the user you wish to unblock. Now, scroll to the bottom of the resulting info panel, and tap the blue Block this Caller option, followed by Block Contact to confirm the request. Not to worry, it's actually even easier to block a number from your recent calls list.Launch the Phone app and select the Recents tab to see all your recent calls.


Also make sure to check out the 15 most annoying things, 18 coolest new features, and 18 sneaky privacy-betraying settings in iOS 7 that every iPhone user should know about. So that if they are one of those list of people you don't want to talk to your phone doesn't ever dial that #. Now I don't have to hear from toxic relatives I've written out of my life.There is a difference between goodbye and letting go. If you don't, or don't want to have to add them, try any of the other methods below instead. Thankfully, Apple’s most-recent mobile operating system and the iBlacklist app have finally supplied a workaround method for blocking pesky callers.
Call blocking is a one way street when using iOS 7 – 9, so you can still contact blocked numbers via phone call, text, and FaceTime with no hindrance, if you should decide that you want to.
Say you have an ex and you accidentally hit the person or you are drunk and are drunk dialing an ex your phone goes into DRUNK MODE!
Goodbye is I'll see you again when I'm ready to hold your hand, and when you're ready to hold mine. The only blocking "effect" is that your phone won't ring and you don't see their calls coming in and it does not register on your recent calls list.



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