In iOS 6, iPhone owners get access to a smarter phone app that lets them decline calls when choosing to answer with a text or set a reminder to call back later or at the place.
This new iOS 6 feature isn’t as prominent as Passbook or Do Not Disturb mode because the iPhone won’t show the new reply with message or reminder options until a user swipes up.
This guide will show you how to reject a call to iPhone with a text message and how to set a reminder to call someone back at a specific time or place.
Smarter responses and reminders for the phone app are available on all iPhones with iOS 6, including iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, and iPhone 5.
Using Reply with Text and Reminders in iOS 6
How to Reply with a Text in iOS 6
When the iPhone rings, instead of double-tapping the home button to ignore a call, iOS 6 allows users to swipe up for advanced options.
Rather than swiping to reply, it’s just like accessing the camera from the lock screen.
This reveals new options. Tap on it to send text.
From here, users can choose from several options or tap custom to write or dictate a new message.
The caller is sent to voicemail and receives a text within seconds. Users to customize the three options
Here users can enter their own personal responses, even if tailored to individual callers. just don’t post wrong answers.
This sends a text message or an iMessage like the built-in messages app and creates a new conversation in Messages.
How to Set Callback Reminders in iOS 6
Another option after swiping up during an incoming call is to set a reminder in the Reminders app.
This option supports location-based or time-based reminders.
They can choose to be users. There are no other time-based reminder options.
A nicer option is to set a location-based reminder. Users can choose to set a reminder, which is handy for incoming calls during lunch.
Users can also set reminders based on email. Home or work locations depend on the iCloud contact card used by the Reminders app on iPhone.
There are no other location-based reminder options, but users can set an alternative home or work location if it fits their needs better than their actual work location. Many users will make their place of work a school or college.