Several years before, no phone allows us to put a call on hold, record calls, mute calls, etc. As of now, more advanced calling features are available even when you buy a cheap smartphone. I bet you are habituated to muting one call while continuing to talk on another call. What if I give you an alternate way of that? Simply hold the call on iPhone or Other iPhone models instead of putting on mute. Isn’t it cool?
Besides, when you put a call on Mute, they can’t hear your voice, but you can hear them. Somehow, this is frustrating and unacceptable. Why not mute the call on both sides, which can be done by putting the call on hold? Today in this article, I will show you how to put a call on hold on iPhone and other iPhones.
At the other end, people can listen to recordings like Your call is on hold; wait for some time.
Here’s How to Put the Call on Hold on iPhone
- Step #1: Go to the “Phone” app.
- Step #2: Bring the “Dialer” up.
- Step #3: Make a call. Or During Incoming or Outgoing calls.
- Step #4: You will see the Mute button on the screen, Press and Hold for 4 to 5 seconds on “Mute” button until you see the hold button in place of it.
- Step #5: This is how you can put the call on hold.
Check the Video Tutorial; for how it will work:-
Meanwhile, there are a few more options when you make calls, such as,
Keypad– When you tap on Keypad, the keypad will come upon the calling screen.
Add Call- To start the conference call, tap Add Call.
Adjust Volume- Using Volume keys you can increase and decrease the volume of calls.
Contacts– To bring up the saved contact lists, tap Contacts.
You have another interesting and useful tutorial on how to merge call and conference call on the iPhone.
That’s All! If you have any queries regarding iPhone, Please let us know in the comments, or you can mail us.