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Is it possible to block an anoying caller on the iPhone 4s? I keep getting random calls from "unknown" when I answer there is no response - very anoying.
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No caller ID usually means it's an advertisement or call from a less than reputable place. Contact whoever you have your iPhone contract with and have them block all calls that show no caller ID. I don't own an iPhone so I don't know if you can do that without going through your provider.
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No caller ID usually means it's an advertisement or call from a less than reputable place. Contact whoever you have your iPhone contract with and have them block all calls that show no caller ID. I don't own an iPhone so I don't know if you can do that without going through your provider.
(Gasp!) You don't have an iPhone? OMG! I'm shocked. Shocked I say!
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(Gasp!) You don't have an iPhone? OMG! I'm shocked. Shocked I say!
I have a hard enough time reading the 9.7" inch screen on my iPad, I can't imagine trying to read from the small screen on the iPhone. Anyway, I have enough toys already.
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