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Have you ever wanted to block incoming calls on your iOS smartphone? You may have faced a situation in which you need to block incoming calls. It is not possible to do it while your iOS smartphone is unlocked. There is no option in iPhone to block incoming calls. Now the good news is that you will be able to do it after installing iOS 7 on your iOS smartphone. The Cupertino company has added call blocking feature in iOS 7. It will allow users to block incoming calls while the iOS smartphone is unlocked.
This is really a great news for the people who do not like to receive calls while watching video or playing games on their iOS device. This is the most awaited feature among iOS device users. You should note that the Cupertino company has added “Do Not Disturb” feature in iOS 6, but it does not allow users to block incoming calls while the phone is unlocked. iOS 7 not only allows users to block incoming calls, but also allows users to block incoming text messages. The Cupertino company has unveiled iOS 7 at developers conference that is currently taking place at Moscone West. The company has added several new features in this firmware. They have redesigned all the stock apps in iOS 7. You will be able to access redesigned Notification Center via the lock screen for the first time after installing iOS 7 on your iOS smartphone.
You will have to wait a few more months to block incoming calls and text messages on your iOS smartphone. Currently, it is not possible to enjoy this feature as the final version of iOS 7 is not available for download. You will have to wait until fall to install this firmware on your device. The Cupertino company will launch iOS 7 this fall. [Via]