In a day, you receive many calls on your iPhone; but not all calls deserve your instant attention. There are many calls that can be answered later. But how will you decide which calls need to be answered right away? You are using an iPhone 7 wallet case and therefore, cannot see the name of the caller. This is where you can make iPhone speak caller name.
There is a cool built-in feature in your iOS 10 Phone app on iPhone that makes iPhone announces calls. In other words, this feature gets your iPhone to say who is calling you. This caller announcement on iPhone enables you to decide if you should take the call or not. This facility of iPhone voice notifications for incoming calls is particularly helpful when you are busy in a meeting or conference. Make no mistake about it, Siri doesn’t announce caller ID as you can use this feature even as Wi-Fi or mobile data is turned off. To experience this feature, go ahead and make iPhone speak caller name.
How to Turn on ‘Announce Calls’ in iOS 10 Phone App on iPhone
Step #1: Open Settings app on your iPhone.
Step #2: Scroll down and tap on Phone app.
Step #3: There is an Announce Calls option under the CALLS section.
Step #4: Once you tap on Announce Calls, you can see four different options on the next screen: Always, Headphones & Car, Headphones Only, and Never.
From the four options, select one carefully.
Always: Your iPhone will announce calls always.
Headphones & Car: Calls will be announced only when you are using headphones or driving your car.
Headphones Only: iPhone announces calls only when you wear headphones.
Never: Your iPhone will never announce calls.
It is better to select Always as your iPhone will announce calls always.
Next time, anybody calls you up, your iPhone will announce the name of the caller. But wait! The phone will announce the name only once and not repetitively. So if you are in the middle of something, you may not hear name of the caller. At this, you wish you had selected Headphones Only option above. However, this is easy; you can always go back and select Headphones Only option or if you are driving, choose Headphones & Car.