Is this a joke or you’re having some serious reasons for doing it? Sure, your answer won’t change anything and we are going to show you how to make the iPhone X or iPhone 10 to show no Caller ID.
Still, we felt the need to give you a kind reminder that you probably do not appreciate getting calls from people who choose to hide their numbers, so, why do it to others? Now, if you’re positive that you want to do this, we can only show you the path to it.
In order to benefit from the popular No Show Caller ID option that the iPhone X and iPhone 10 are offering…
- Turn on the smartphone;
- Tap on the icon of the Settings app to open it;
- Go to the settings associated with the Phone menu;
- Find the Show My Caller ID option listed in there;
- Tap on it to change its toggle to Off.
The name says it all: Show My Caller ID is the feature that enables your iPhone X or iPhone 10 to display the number of your SIM card on the screen of the person that you are calling.
Now that you have disabled the feature responsible for this action, it will lead to not showing your Caller ID at all. What will it show, instead? A simple message like “Unknown”, possibly even just “Blocked”.
Important disclaimer – By activating the No Show Caller ID, you are using a feature that will apply to all your future calls, without exception. The only way to stop the No Show Caller ID on the iPhone X or iPhone 10 is to return to the Phone settings and turn On the option labeled as Show My Caller ID.