Latest Post from iPhone Tips Blog, iPhoneSamurai.com, Announces How to Deal with Annoying iPhone Calls

iPhone Samurai offers iPhone addicts around the world the latest tips and advice for their handheld device. In his latest blog post, Benny Meyer announces a new method for dealing with annoying calls.

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iPhone Tips Blog - Benny Meyer

iPhone Tips Blog - Benny Meyer

The final option is to add your cell number to the Do Not Call Registry.

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 23, 2012

iPhoneSamurai.com is one of the world’s most visited iPhone Tips blogs. Offering daily tips and advice to those addicted to their iPhones, information can be read directly from their blog, or via a daily digest email.

Today, Benny Meyer at iPhoneSamurai.com published his latest post, titled “Dealing with Annoying Calls on your iPhone”.

iPhone fans can access the new blog post here:

http://iphonesamurai.com/dealing-with-annoying-calls-on-your-iphone/

In his latest post, Benny mentions that he receives the same spam phone call every day. Therefore, he is curious as to why Apple have not integrated any method into the iPhone that allows users to block unwanted calls.

Being a man of workarounds, Benny showcases iBlacklist to his readers. The App allows users to set up a list of numbers that will be received as blocked calls. While it costs $12, it is the only call blocking App currently available that has positive reviews.

He also makes it clear that another option is to assign each unwanted caller a silent ringtone.

“You can also do the instant call-blocker by grabbing a silent ringtone and setting it as the ringtone for that number in your address book. You’ll have to add that number to your address book in the first place, but once you do, when that caller tries to get through you’ll be greeted with beautiful silence,” he says.

Benny also suggests that his readers consider adding their number to the Do Not Call Registry. While this will provide some protection, he makes it clear that numbers sold on by other companies will not fall under the registry’s remit.

Finally, concluding his latest blog post, Benny offers his readers a golden final tip.

“If your cell phone rings and you don’t know the number, search for the number on Google if you’re near a computer. Nine times out of ten, you’ll find a long list of reports that the number is from a telemarketer,” he says.

Where can iPhone fans learn more? iPhone fans can get iphone tips by subscribing to iPhone Samurai for free. Visit their daily tips website at iPhoneSamurai.com.

iPhoneSamurai (™) thinks this is important information for iPhone fans and asks them to Like our Page on Facebook to learn exclusive daily iPhone tips, tricks, and news getting the most from your handheld device. "We’d appreciate your help in spreading the word amongst iPhone fans," says Benny Meyer.

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