Yesterday, i was going to setup my new iPhone 6. So i did a backup of my iPhone 5, exchanged the SIM card and restored the iPhone 6. The restore did not went well, so i switched put the SIM card back to my iPhone 5. I left both phones switched on. Now, whenever i receive a call, both iPhones ring. And i can connect the call on either iphone. How is this possible?
iOS 8 has this new feature called Continuity. Which basically means you can make and receive phone calls on your iOS devices as long as your iPhone is on the same Wi-Fi network.
Go to the phone with the active cellular SIM and you can disable this in settings app:
- Calls on Other Devices
- Allow Calls (turn them all off or disable some but not all other devices if you prefer)
This should fix your issue:
Settings > Facetime > iPhone cellular calls > Switch off
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protected by bmike♦ Dec 31 '15 at 17:40
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