Apple’s FaceTime feature is a great way to keep in touch with people, but how much data does a video call use? If you’re concerned about usage stats—whether for FaceTime video or for audio-only calls—we’ll tell you how to find out how much you’ve consumed on any particular conversation!
When you receive a call while your iPhone is locked, you can use a handy “Decline” button to decline the call right away. When your phone is locked, however, no such button is visible. Here’s how to decline calls on the iPhone lock screen.
Did you know that your iPhone can announce who’s calling you? And did you also know that you can set when this happens—and when it doesn’t, such as when you’re not using headphones? You can, and that’s the subject of today’s article! Melissa Holt’s got the details.
iPhone calling in OS X Yosemite is a cool new feature, but the default ringtone can be annoying and startling, especially when you’re not expecting a call. Thankfully, just like iOS, you can change your OS X iPhone calling ringtone. Here’s how to do it.
The ability to make and receive iPhone calls on your Mac is one of the great new features in OS X Yosemite, but it’s definitely not for everyone. If you’d prefer to keep your calls private, instead of having your Mac ring loudly throughout your office, we’ll show you how to disable iPhone calling in Yosemite.
More than 18 months after its acquisition of Skype, Microsoft is continuing to integrate the online communication platform into its broader service strategy. The company announced Monday that it will add Skype calling and messaging to its Outlook.com webmail portal. Outlook.com, introduced in 2012 as the successor to Hotmail, is Microsoft’s free online email, contact, and calendar service and has more than 420 million users worldwide. With Skype integration, these users will be able to initiate audio and video chats…