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How to Transfer Facetime Call from iPhone to iPad

One of the best ways to stay in touch with our loved ones and friends is usually through face timing. It feels like you’re right there with them. It’s pretty easy to facetime with our iPhones but sometimes the small iPhone screen can seem a bit limited to a lot of users. If you have an iPad available, you might be wondering if it is possible to transfer the facetime to your iPad and what you need to do to make it happen. In this article, we’re going to help you with all you need to know when it comes to transferring facetime call from iPhone to iPad.

 

Can You Transfer Facetime Call from iPhone to iPad

Sometimes, using your iPhone to facetime might not really be as convenient as you might want. The next thing to try is to figure out how possible it is for you to transfer the facetime call from your iPhone to iPad. This way, you get a wider and better view of who you are face timing. Luckily, it is very possible to do so and it can be done with a few steps.

With easy steps, you should be able to transfer your facetime call from your iPhone to iPad. One thing to note is that while it is possible to transfer facetime calls, it is not possible to actually transfer the call directly. While face timing, it is not possible to transfer it mid-call from your iPhone to your iPad. There is no feature made by Apple that enables you to transfer facetime mid-call. 

The only way to transfer a facetime from your iPhone to iPad is through a direct call. What you will do is to make a direct call from your iPhone to your iPad and then switch it to a facetime call from there. It might sound like a complicated process but it really isn’t. We’re going to show you all you need to know but first, there are some things you will need to put in place. Let’s take a look at them.

 

What Are the Requirements to Transfer Facetime from iPhone to iPad?

In order to transfer facetime from your iPhone to iPad, you need to make sure that you have made a few settings on your devices. Without these settings, it will not be possible for you to transfer facetime between both devices. If you have met all the criteria that will be listed below, you will then be able to transfer facetime with a few steps. Here’s a list of criteria to be met:

  • Your iPhone and iPad need to be connected to the same WIFI network.
  • Make sure that you are using the same apple ID across both devices.
  • Make sure that the calls from iPhone option under the facetime settings is on. On your iPad Go to the settings app >facetime > calls from iPhone. 
  • Launch the settings app on your iPhone. Tap on the phone and toggle on the calls on other devices.
  • Make sure that both devices are running on iOS 9 or newer.

How to Transfer Facetime Call from iPhone to iPad

If you have met all of the criteria listed above, you only need to follow a few easy steps to transfer the facetime call from iPhone to your iPad. All you have to do is target a regular call from your iPhone to iPad and then switch it to a facetime call. Make sure that both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi and are turned on.

When you’re ready to transfer the facetime from your iPhone to your iPad after following all the requirements. Here’s what you need to do:

  • Make a regular call on your iPhone.
  • Tap on the audio button you will see on the phone call screen.
  • A pop up should appear, tap on the iPad you want to transfer to.
  • The phone call will now be transferred to the iPad automatically.
  • On the iPad, tap on the video or camera Icon to change the phone call to facetime on your iPad.

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After tapping on the video icon, the face time should automatically set up from your iPad. Before tapping on the video icon, it is also possible for the receiver of your call to also tap on the video option to start a video chat with you. It’s that easy.

Is Cellular Data Enough to Transfer Facetime Call from iPhone to iPad

If you plan on using only your cellular data on each or any of both devices, it will not be possible for you to transfer the facetime call. Cellular data will cause irregular syncing between both devices. One of the necessary requirements for you to transfer the facetime call from your iPhone to your iPad is that they both need to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

We already listed at the beginning of this article that both your iPhone and iPad need to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network as a requirement to transfer the face time. This is because when they’re both connected on the same network, it makes it easy for both the iPhone and iPad to sync well for the transfer process to happen.

 

Conclusion

A lot of people have been curious about the possibility of transferring facetime from their iPhone to their iPad. In this article, we have given you the easy steps you can take to do so. It may not be possible to transfer facetime mid-call but there is a way around it and we’ve given you the steps.

You should make sure that all of the criteria listed have been met, else, it will not be possible for you to transfer the facetime call from your iPhone to your iPad. They are all equally important.

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