How To Enable Caller ID for Facetime on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch


How To Enable Caller ID for Facetime on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Facetime is one of the best video calling services for Apple users, allowing you to interface between the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Mac OS X. On the iPhone, you can set a particular Caller ID for Facetime, and since the introduction of iCloud, you can connect all of your iDevices with a single Apple account. Let's check full guide after the jump.


How To Enable Caller ID for Facetime on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch :


However, if you have more than one iDevice and use different Apple IDs on all devices, you can set one Apple account as your Caller ID. This can be either your phone number or your Email address. Normally, it would be an email address, because  phone numbers do not work with  the iPad, iPod Touch or Mac OS X.

How To Enable Caller ID for Facetime on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch :


Step 1: Go to Home screen and open the Settings.
Step 2: Scroll down and select FaceTime.
Step 3: Scroll down again, and you will find the Caller ID option at the end of the screen.
Step 4: You can use a phone number or an Email Address as your Caller ID.
You can also follow this procedure to set Caller ID on an iPod Touch or iPad. Using this method, you can set same the Caller ID to all devices.


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