Last Updated on Sep 18, 2021
The Handoff does a good job for iPhone and Mac users that brings work from iPhone to Apple Mac that keeps work continues. So that optimizes user experience to transmission documents, files. Now lets we talking about Wi-Fi calling mean make & receive iPhone calls on Mac OS X. Numerous Mac users are exploring how to disable/ turn off iPhone calls on Mac OS X. even you’re one of them, don’t worry. on this page, you will get the correct answer. Inherently, to Make and receive calls from iPhone to Mac both must be under the same Wi-Fi connection. But if you want to stop transmission between both without turn off Wi-Fi, follow the below instructions.
Please Note This post is only for those users who have running iOS 9 or later Device and Mac OS X El Capitan or later; furthermore, you’re signed in to iCloud and FaceTime with the same Apple ID that you use on your iPhone. Here consider iPhone calls equal to iPhone Wi-Fi Calling service. Here’s Troubleshooting solutions on Cannot turn on Calls on Other Device Error on iPhone or iPad.
Steps to Disable/Turn off iPhone Calls on Mac: MacBook Pro, MacBook Air
- Step 1. Take your iPhone on your hand.
- Step 2. Go to Settings app on your iPhone home screen.
- Step 3. Hit on Phone
- Step 4. Tap on Wi-Fi calling and Press on Calls on other Devices
- Step 5. Now in the list of devices, turn off Wi-Fi calling for the device or Mac that you want to remove.
- That’s it.
Older iOS Version:-
Therefore, from now you will not get your next iPhone call on your Mac (MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Mini, and iMac). If your iPhone won’t let you to make disable it, then restart iPhone and please try again.
Turn off iPhone Call Showing on Mac
Here’s an option to turn off your iPhone’s incoming call from Mac. Follow the steps, Open Face Time app on Mac > From top Menu, FaceTime > Preferences > Settings Tab, and uncheck “Call From iPhone”. That’s it.