2 Replies Latest reply: Apr 9, 2012 8:52 PM by Beatlehead
Beatlehead Level 1 Level 1

When I receive an incoming call on face time, it goes directly to my iPhone but NOTthe iPad. I would like to make it go to both devices with the option of deciding which device I want to pick it up on.

 

Any helpful advice would be greatly appreciated.


MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.2)
Solved by JamieNoir on Apr 9, 2012 5:44 PM Solved
If the person who wants to reach you is facetiming with you through your mobile number (cell number) you will only receive the facetime call on your iPhone but if he calls you on your appleID that is your e-mail address registered with apple, you will then receive the facetime call on both of your devices - iPhone and iPad. you can see the two in setting>Facetime> where it says you canbe reached for video calls at : Phone : (your number) and then its Email : (Apple ID) ..... I am sure now you can work out !!!! if not let me know .....
Reply by Beatlehead on Apr 9, 2012 8:52 PM Helpful
It seems to work exactly like you said. Thanks!

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  • JamieNoir Level 1 Level 1

    If the person who wants to reach you is facetiming with you through your mobile number (cell number) you will only receive the facetime call on your iPhone but if he calls you on your appleID that is your e-mail address registered with apple, you will then receive the facetime call on both of your devices - iPhone and iPad. you can see the two in setting>Facetime> where it says you canbe reached for video calls at : Phone : (your number) and then its Email : (Apple ID) ..... I am sure now you can work out !!!! if not let me know .....

  • Beatlehead Level 1 Level 1

    It seems to work exactly like you said.

    Thanks!