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Question: phone and my husbands iphone ring at the same time when only one of us is being called. How can I stop this from happening?

Both my iphone and my husbands iphone ring at the same time when only one of us is being called. How can I stop this from happening?

iPhone 6, iOS 8

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Its the new Continuity feature in iOS 8 . your iPhone calls will now ring on all the devices associated with the same Apple ID.


If you and your husband are using the same Apple Id on both iPhones, then that is why it happens.


As mentioned by Gail above, you can turn if off under Settings->Facetime->iPhone Cellular Calls.

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Oct 2, 2014 9:22 AM in response to cjl0609 In response to cjl0609

Its the new Continuity feature in iOS 8 . your iPhone calls will now ring on all the devices associated with the same Apple ID.


If you and your husband are using the same Apple Id on both iPhones, then that is why it happens.


As mentioned by Gail above, you can turn if off under Settings->Facetime->iPhone Cellular Calls.

Oct 2, 2014 9:22 AM

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Oct 11, 2014 7:45 PM in response to AldoMedia In response to AldoMedia

This post has already been answered. Why are you plugging your own site with an answer that has already been given? Not to mention that the information you are handing out is incorrect. There is no bug, there is no patch, and no one needs to delete any email addresses. If you take the time to read the posts with the correct answers, you will see that the solution is totally different than the erroneous one you have posted.


GB

Oct 11, 2014 7:45 PM

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Question: phone and my husbands iphone ring at the same time when only one of us is being called. How can I stop this from happening?