Verizon to Support Wi-Fi Calling on iCloud Connected Devices in iOS 10.3

Verizon to Support Wi-Fi Calling on iCloud Connected Devices in iOS 10.3

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Verizon will support Wi-Fi Calling on iCloud connected devices following the launch of iOS 10.3, notes aldrinjtauro, a MacRumors forum member.

Already available to AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile users, the feature lets devices signed into your iCloud account make or receive calls.

Allow Calls on Other Devices
Allow other devices signed into your iCloud account to make and receive calls using your carrier account even when your iPhone is not nearby.

You can selectively enable the feature per device via the Settings menu on your iPhone.

Other enhancements in iOS 10.3 beta include a hidden one-handed floating keyboard for iPad, a switch to APFS for the iPhone's file system, Find My AirPods, WebKit improvements, and more.

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Verizon to Support Wi-Fi Calling on iCloud Connected Devices in iOS 10.3
Mattt - January 25, 2017 at 5:50pm
You know on Verizon you still can't make calls and use cellular data at the same time
Really? - January 25, 2017 at 6:28pm
Yes, you can. Stop spreading lies. I have Verizon and I can. As long as you have LTE you can and I literally have LTE everywhere.
Verizon user - January 26, 2017 at 2:37am
You must be a boost mobile user. I have verizon and I can talk on the phone and use the internet at the same time.
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