How to Backlist Numbers on iPhone 4s, 5, 5s,5c

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Previously inaccessible to “Block iPhone” function that blocks unwanted numbers, with exit 7, iOS has made this function a reality. Owners of  iPhone 4 and above can now place unpleasant call and messages into a hotel of black list, so that they will never let them disturb.

Eliminating the possibility of unwanted calls from the room before was possible, but we had to use some special (and often paid) application. Now you can put unwanted contacts to the blacklist in several ways directly from the interface of iOS 7 .

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How to add a contact to the blacklist iPhone

Step 1: Go to Phone -> Contacts

Step 2: Select the contact that you want to blacklist

Step 3: Scroll down the page and click Block subscriber

Step 4: Confirm the lock

After carrying out this simple operation, the specified user can not make calls and send SMS-message to your room.

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How to add a Number to the black list of iPhone

Step 1: Go to Phone -> Recent

Step 2: Press the ” I “, the right of the contact you want to block

Step 3: Scroll down the page and click Block subscriber

Step 4: Confirm the lock

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How to add a number to the black list of the iPhone Messages

Step 1: Go to Messaging and select intrusive contact

Step 2: Press Contact in the upper right corner

Step 3 In the Open box, press the ” I “

Step 4: Scroll down the page and click Block subscriber

Step 5: Confirm the lock

Subscriber added to the black list will hear short beeps during a call on your phone, and incoming SMS-messages, are not displayed. The latter is now very important, considering the huge number of unwanted SMS-spam.

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