When Silence Unknown Callers option in iOS 13 and iOS 14 is enabled iPhone isn’t just silencing calls from unknown calls. Instead it uses Siri intelligence to see if a number is found in contacts list, Mail and Messages.
If iOS is unable to find a match for the incoming call’s number the phone call will directly be sent to voicemail.
iOS 13 and iOS 14 iPhone will make your life easier by automatically protecting you from unknown callers. Users are able to enable a setting that will not only silence calls from unknown callers but it will also protect the user from spam calls, something we can all be thankful about.
This is great for many reasons as silencing all calls from unknown callers would not be suitable for most users. The use of Siri intelligence and verifying first whether you have been in contact with the caller via mail or messages makes this feature even more powerful and useful for an even larger number of iPhone users.
Enable or Disable Silence Unknown Callers feature
You can enable or disable the Silence Unknown Callers feature on iOS 13, iOS 14 or later by following the step by step instructions below.
Step 1. On your iPhone launch Settings and go to Phone settings.
Step 2. Once you are on the Phone page, look for the Silence Unknown Callers option.
Step 3. Finally turn on the toggle for Silence Unknown Callers if you want to enable the features. Turn it off in case you want to disable it.
The addition of this feature is a welcome step in iOS 13 and iOS 14 and will make life of iPhone user much more easier.
It will help users avoiding scam and robocalls while making sure you don’t miss calls from someone you care about.
There you go folks, this is how you can enable or disable Silence Unknown Callers feature on your iPhone.
What do you think about this feature? Do you like to turn it on or off?