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  • How to forward calls from your iPhone

    Call forwarding is carrier specific.  All the iPhone does is send a carrier code with the call forward details.

    For the iPhone to do anything more complex would require it to be online and active during the call.  E.g. call forward from a specific group or number to a specific destination, the iPhone would answer the call, then call the destination and merge the call for the duration.

    Some networks offer/used to offer an assistant whereby your calls were answered and then transferred based on your preferences.  This was used to get around the limited logic of call forwards.

    check with your carrier for specific forwarding codes, you can enable multiple call forwards based on their function, here are the codes for O2 uk:

    Not Reachable Divert

    • To activate ** 62 * phone number # SEND

    • To cancel ## 62 # SEND

    • To check status * # 62 # SEND 

    Divert calls when busy

    • To activate ** 67 * phone number # SEND

    • To cancel ## 67 # SEND

    • To check status * # 67 # SEND 

    Divert calls when there is no reply

    • To activate ** 61 * phone number * 11 * no seconds# SEND

    • To cancel  ## 61 # SEND

    • o check status * # 61 # SEND 

    Divert all calls

    • To activate ** 21 * phone number # SEND

    • To cancel ## 21 # SEND

    • To check status * # 21 # SEND 

    To cancel all call diverts

    • To cancel ## 002 # SEND
  • The Apple Pro Display XDR brings 6K to the Mac for $4999

    If you need a reference grade monitor and if this is on a par with displays from Sony and Dolby which cost in excess of $40,000 then Apple will sell a bucketload of them.  Most users will be fine with 4K displays from Eizo etc though
  • Popular iOS game 'Clicker Heroes' pulled from App Store after name theft

    They now need to raise a case with apple that the Chinese company have cloned their game and get the clone taken down, regardless of what they call it.
  • Steve Jobs' legacy & Apple Park celebrated by Lady Gaga concert

    mpantone said:
    irnchriz said:
    They recorded a video in portrait view... words fail me.
    Since it apparently isn't obvious to you "they" is not Apple Inc. 

    It's an Instagrammer whose post was reblogged by a Lady Gaga fan site.

    I agree that the current portrait video trend is lamentable. I blame the generation that Tim Cook's generation failed: Millennials.

    At least Boomers don't typically shoot video in portrait mode.

    Anyhow it looks like it was a very enjoyable event.
    I didn’t say it was Apple, I said they as I didn’t know if it was a man or woman recording.
  • Steve Jobs' legacy & Apple Park celebrated by Lady Gaga concert

    They recorded a video in portrait view... words fail me.