How to Silence Unknown Callers on iOS 13 – iPhone

Are you don’t like receiving calls from unknown numbers? Well here is how you can silence unknown callers in iOS 13 running on your iPhone.Silence Unknown Callers in iOS 13

Apple has already announced iOS 13 for iPhone and iPod. However, if you are an iPad user, now Apple have moved the iPad firmware to the different side and now it is iPadOS. Well, today I am going to share a hidden iOS 13 feature with you guys. Only those who have the iPhone can enjoy this feature. I believe there is no such feature announced by anyone before.

If you hate unknown callers while you are sleeping, in a meeting or anywhere you can’t attend phone calls then you are the right place. Apple has added many new features and improvements to the iOS 13. In this article, I am sharing one of those hidden features with you. Apple hasn’t actually talked about this feature but this is very useful so considered sharing it over the internet.

This is such a powerful feature for everyone in iOS 13. When you enable this feature on your iPhone, any unknown caller call’s will be sent to your Voice Mail inbox. You can check them later. However, you will not get any notifications for messages or calls.

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How to Silence Unknown Callers in iOS 13 on iPhone

Now, if you have already installed or updated your iPhone to iOS 13 then you can proceed to steps. Or, in case you do not have iOS 13 on your device, please check our tutorial and install iOS 13 on your iPhone first.

  1. Open Settings on your iPhone.
  2. Scroll for Phone Settings on your iPhone.
  3. In the mentioned settings, turn on Silence Unknown Callers toggle.
Steps to Silence Unknown Callers in iOS 13 on iPhone

Screenshot: Silence Unknown Callers in iOS 13

Finally, go back to Home Screen on your device and make a call from any number you have not saved on your device.

However, there are many apps and extensions are available on the AppStore using which you can block or silent unknown callers on your iPhone. These apps are working on iOS 10, iOS 11 and iOS 12. So, if you are using any older version on your device then you should try apps or update to iOS 13 if your device is supported.

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