Is there a way to initiate a FaceTime call but block my identity from the person I'm making the call to? Reason: my daughter has lost her privilege to use FaceTime, but I looked at her Apple account a few minutes ago and it said that her iPhone was using FaceTime at the moment. I want to find out if she is, in fact, breaking the rules. Thank you.

  • Settings > General > Restrictions might be your friend. – james.garriss Feb 23 '15 at 20:53

No, you can only set your Caller ID to one of the email addresses associated with your Apple ID, accessible through Settings → FaceTime.

  • That's not necessarily true. I just received a FaceTime call from "unknown". 8/18/16 – Liz Aug 20 '16 at 17:58

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