Making Phone Calls:
It is very easy to receive and make calls via Continuity. Whether you are currently using your iPad or iPod or Mac, you only have to make sure that they all connected on one WiFi network. Otherwise, your calls will not be connected or transferred.
- You can start with signing in to your iCloud account, from all of your devices. Mac, iPhone, iPad…everything.
- Next up, turn the Bluetooth feature on all your devices. Ensure that your devices are close to one another.
- Now connect all your devices to the same Wi-Fi network.
- Also, you should connect all your devices to FaceTime, from the very same iCloud account. That usually means that all your Apple devices which share your Apple ID can receive your phone calls.
- Your Wi-Fi calling feature should be turned off. You can turn it off by going to Settings > Phone and there you will find ‘Wi-Fi calling”.
How to Make a Call
Fetch your iPod touch, iPad, Mac or iPhone and tap/click any number you have in your Calendar or Contacts.
Answering a Call
We all know how to answer a call from your iPod touch or iPhone but the problem arrives when you are currently using your Mac. Not a problem anymore! You can answer a call from your Mac (you will get a notification) by leaving a voicemail or send your caller a message…right from your Mac.