The world of technology has been progressing at a rapid rate, and there have been many changes which have been introduced over the ages. Apple has been a company which has been the pioneer of these changes and has been leading from the front.
The company has brought out many innovations and has changed the way we know the world of technology to be. The iOS 9.3 Update has been a critical update for the users of the iOS devices, and many new and innovative features have been rolled out for the users.
The iOS 9.3 brings many updates, including the night mode, and the security fixes for iMessages as well as Apple’s notes. Apple has been working hard to change the way the technology works for them, and the company has been doing well in the same.
Apple’s iOS 9.3 users have been getting many changes and most of them are welcome changes.
It has now been announced that AT&T users on the iPhone have an extra something to be happy about, as they are receiving a text from the company, announcing that they are now able to make use of AT&T’s international wireless calling system, which allows them to make and receive Wi-Fi calls for free of cost.
To enable Wi-Fi calling on iPhone, visit Settings > Phone > Wi-Fi Calling and toggle the “Wi-Fi Calling on This iPhone” switch to the on position.
As of now this service allows the users to make Wi-Fi calls anywhere in the world with an exception of the following countries – China, Cuba, India, Iran, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.
For the users who enable this option, Wireless Calling automatically becomes a choice and all incoming and outgoing calls get rerouted to wireless networks instead of cellular networks. However this feature only works on the iPhone 6, 6 plus, 6s and the 6s plus for now. After the release of the iPhone SE, the wireless calling feature is expected to support that device as well.
The good news does not end there. iPad and Mac users can now connect to their iPhones via Numbersync, and can make calls on a cellular connection using that. Also, as Engadget rightly points out, “The recipient does not need to have WiFi calling for the feature to work. It works automatically when you’re abroad and can call any US phone number without extra charges.”