Nuisance calls are the bane of the modern age. Fortunately, you can block specific callers (or rather, specific phone numbers) on your iPhone, enabling you to avoid them safely without having to cut yourself off from the people you do want to talk to. So in this article, I will tell you about How To Block Phone Number On Any iPhone.
Block Phone Number On Any iPhone
Simply go to your list of recent callers (open the Phone app, then hit the Recent tab at the bottom). Click the ‘i’ symbol next to the unwanted number, scroll down and tap Block this Caller, then confirm your decision. You won’t be bothered with any calls, texts or FaceTime calls from that number.
(When we tried calling an iPhone that had blocked us, we heard a single ring and were then diverted to the O2 messaging service, where we recorded a message. But the iPhone didn’t ring or show the number in its recent calls. We were able to find the voicemail in the end, but it wasn’t stored in the normal place, but in a special blocked folder – and we weren’t notified about the message being left.)
Alternatively, go to the Settings app and scroll down to the Phone section. Scroll down again and tap Blocked, and you’ll see your list of blocked callers. Hit Add New and pick further numbers to block your contacts list. (You’d need to add the nuisance caller to your contacts list for this method to work, however.)