Here is how you can receive iPhone calls on iPad or MacBook. In this tutorial, we have included both Cellular and FaceTime calls which are you looking for.
Another day, another amazing guide for those who still don’t know some features which they can use to receive calls on iPad and Mac. Today, we are have got something good, you should know before it’s too late.
If you are one who owns an iPhone and some other Apple products like iPad or a MacBook but don’t know how you can receive cellular and facetime calls then you are the right place.
Before stepping into this article, make sure you are running iOS or iPadOS supported feature version (iOS 9, iPadOS 13, OS X 10.10, or later required) on your devices. Also, there is something more to prepare other devices to start receiving calls on it.
How to Prepare iPad and Mac to receive cellular calls?
So before receiving your iPhone calls on iPad or MacBook you must meet some requirements.
Make sure your iPhone, iPad, and MacBook are using the latest version of iOS and macOS. Also, make sure your all devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. One more thing you should log in with the same iCloud ID on the devices on which you want to receive calls.
In my case, I am going to receive iPhone cellular calls on my iPad mini. No matter which iPad or MacBook you have, it’s the same procedure for all.
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Setup iPhone to receive calls on iPad and mac
So now let’s do this for you. Just follow the simple steps and you will start receiving calls on different devices.
- At first, on your iPhone go to Settings.
- Tap the option Cellular or Mobile Data according to your iOS version installed on iPhone.
- Hit Calls on Other Devices.
If the “Call on other devices” option isn’t available then make sure you are using the same Apple ID on the other device like iPad or Mac and it’s connected to the internet using the same Wi-Fi connection.
- Turn on the toggle button “Allow Calls on Other Devices”. After, devices that are authorized will be listed below. As you can see below in the screenshot, I have allowed calls on the iPad Mini.
While turning on this option, you might see a message “Cannot Turn On Calls on Other Devices FaceTime and iCloud must be signed in to the same Apple ID to enable Calls on Other Devices.”
To setup the same ID for FaceTime Open up the Settings on iPhone and then scroll down to find and Tap on FaceTime option. Here, on the FaceTime settings tap
All set now, whenever you receive a call on your iPhone, your iPad or Macbook will also ring. That’s how you can receive and make calls cellular calls on your all devices. Also, you can make this same possible for FaceTime Calling.
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