I know this is one of those things that sounds a bit of a turn on, but it really isn’t. Apple truly does have the best screen design and even after I had the iPhone 5, I never used my screen. I usually kept my screen off during phone calls, which is a bad thing, but I don’t know if this is a bad thing. I have never experienced having the screen cut off during a phone call.
Apple, like Microsoft, really sets the standard for screen design. While iPhone 5 has a great screen and is very solid, all of them really do have better screens and are better than most other devices out there. Apple may have the best device screen, but this isnt a bad thing.
I think this is the first time I’ve ever heard of a phone screen being cut off during a call, and I’m not sure if I’m making this up. But I’m glad that Apple has brought this up so people will know about it and I hope they’ll do a better job of bringing this up in their next software update.
This is probably the one thing I need to know for sure. I’ve never heard of anyone actually accidentally cutting their phone screen off during a call. If someone is doing this, I’m not the one who needs to know.
I had no idea this was a problem. Apparently, it’s a fairly common occurrence for people who are on the receiving end of a phone call. To make it easier for people with iPhones and other devices to make outgoing calls, Apple has introduced a new feature that blocks the screen. To make this happen, the phone company just has to send a message to the iPhone.
If you have a phone that is not iPhone, you can use the new option to send a message to the handset. This message will only stay in effect until the phone is unlocked. If you don’t want to give up your phone, you can also send a text message using the new feature.
This is an example of a feature that will make it even more difficult for you to make outgoing calls. I have a Macbook Air that I use for work. I am on a call with an important client, and while the screen is being used for phone call, I have the option to turn off the screen. As soon as I make this choice, the screen goes dark. It would be easier if the screen would just automatically go to sleep.
There is a lot of data on the iPhone that is still being parsed, and it may be coming in a few weeks. This is the first time I have seen a bug, but I will be sure to report any others I find.
With my Macbook Air, I was able to turn the screen on by holding down the power button for a second, but I found I couldn’t for some reason. I can’t believe that someone would be so stupid as to choose that option.
I would recommend turning off the screen during calls with someone on the other end of the call. It may not be the right thing to do, and it may be possible that you are causing problems, but it would be better to let the caller know that you are not able to answer.
I think most of the calls I receive are for the purpose of contacting a business or other individuals for whatever reason. Ive been on a few calls already this morning where I had to ask them to call me back to verify the information, then they were unable to get through. If you are on a line that is making a call to verify information, the call will not go through.