If your iPad rings when your iPhone rings, it is likely because you have enabled a feature called “Phone Calling” on your iPad. Phone Calling allows you to make and receive phone calls on your iPad using your iPhone’s cellular service. When this feature is enabled, your iPad will ring whenever your iPhone receives a phone call, as well as when you initiate a phone call from your iPad.
To enable Phone Calling on your iPad, follow these steps:
- On your iPhone, go to Settings > Phone > Calls on Other Devices.
- Make sure that the toggle next to “Allow Calls on Other Devices” is turned on.
- On your iPad, go to Settings > FaceTime.
- Make sure that the toggle next to “Calls from iPhone” is turned on.
Once Phone Calling is enabled on your devices, you will be able to make and receive phone calls on your iPad using your iPhone’s cellular service. You will also be able to see your iPhone’s call history and voicemails on your iPad.
It is important to note that Phone Calling requires an active cellular plan and a compatible device. It is also important to make sure that your devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network and signed in to the same iCloud account. If you are experiencing issues with Phone Calling, it is a good