I used to say the smartphone owners I don't even know mac50% off from the operating capacity and from the device options. It is very true as in the case of devices Apple, many buy them just to show their well-being and not because they need a powerful smartphone, capable of many operations. That will be another discussion.
One of the features of the devices iPhone is the "Silent" button located on the left side. Is a mechanical button with which the user can quickly set up iPhone in "silent"Or on mode"give us a call or send an e-mail". Activating the mode "silent”/“mute button”Deactivates ringtone notifications for calls and applications. I remain active only alarms.
By default, in "silent" mode iPhone will vibrate when we receive calls or notifications, but if you don't want to be bothered at all, vibrations can be disabled from “Settings”→“Sounds & Haptics”→“Vibrate on Silent”In off mode.
At this point iPhone will not emit alert sound or vibration when we are called.
Another method by which we can "silence" received phone calls and notifications, is the "Do Not Disturb“. This option has iOS has several settings through which we can control and set automatic hours in which iPhone to enter and to automatically exit "DnD" mode, to keep active "Do Not Disturb" mode only then When iPhone is blocked, to allow receiving calls from contacts added to "Favorites", In personalized groups or when the caller tries to call a second time.
But I am important contacts, such as family members, close friends, or co-workers who might be contacting us seriously, and we would need to add an exception to the "Silent" and "Do Not Disturb" modes. Fortunately iOS offers us this iPhone option.
How do we add an exception to the "Silent" and "DnD" modes of a phonebook contact iOS - Contacts
Let's take the scenario in which iPhone is set to "Silent" mode (from the side button) and we have activated the "Do Not Disturb" mode. Scenario in which we can say that the contacts from "Favorites" can call us, however iPhone it will only vibrate without sounding. This is disabled by the "Silent / Vibrate" mode. In this scenario we can add exceptions for certain contacts, so that they do not fall under any of the above. iPhone to issue both alert sound (to sound) as well as vibrations even if “Silent” and “Do Not Disturb” are activated. All we have to do is edit contact for which we want to add the exception and activate the option "Emergency Bypass".
Activation “Emergency Bypass”For a contact in the iOS address book
1. Open the contact for which we want to activate the mode "Emergency Bypass"If we press"EditIn the upper right corner.
2. In the contact editing page, click on “Ringtone”- Option from where you can set ringtones and personalized vibration for a contact.
3. Activate “Emergency Bypass” from the top, thenDone”For saving settings.
Once this option is activated, iPhone it will ring every time the cat calls me. Even if the "Silent" and / or "DnD" modes are activated.
I don't know why Apple did not make this option more accessible to users. It is quite well hidden and very few know of its existence.