What Really Happens When You Block Someone on Your iPhone?

You’ve probably heard the rumors about what happens when you block someone on your iPhone, but what actually happens? Why does that person still show up in your contacts? How can you see their text messages? This article will tell you everything you need to know about blocking someone on your iPhone and the things that can happen after that person has been blocked.

Blocking Someone on your iPhone Doesn’t Stop them from Calling you

When you block someone on your iPhone, it prevents them from being able to call you and adds their phone number to the block list. If the person is trying to contact you through FaceTime or iMessage, they will not be able to connect with you. They can still send text messages and emails though.

 If you want to completely sever ties with someone, and not just be able to ignore their calls and messages, then you will need to unblock them. If you are reading this, that probably means that you made a mistake in blocking them, or it might mean that you changed your mind about wanting to talk with them again. Either way, unblocking someone on your iPhone is easy and can be done right from your call history.

It won’t make it stop texting you either

When you block someone on your iPhone, they can’t call or text you. But there are some key details to know before you hit that red bar. The easiest way to understand the difference between blocking and ignoring a person is this: Ignore means your phone doesn’t notify you when that person messages or calls. Blocking means your phone will let them text, but it won’t notify you at all.

 Blocking someone from your iPhone also won’t stop them from sending you a text or call if they’ve saved your number. If they have your number in their contacts, they can still send a message using iMessage. They just won’t be able to ring you, and you won’t get any notifications if you’re blocking them. It’s worth noting that even if they have your number in their contacts, you still have the option to block them: All iPhones come with an app called Phone which lets users see who has been trying to contact them. It’s an easy way for someone who has blocked someone else to view recent messages sent between them – Second Paragraph

If They Are Still Friends with you, they will still see your Posts

When you block someone on your iPhone, they will still be able to see your posts if they are friends with you. They just won’t be able to like or comment on them. Your posts will only show up in their news feed when they follow or become friends with you again. But if they are friends with you and blocked by that person’s phone number, your posts won’t show up in their feed at all. This can get pretty annoying when the people behind this phone number sign out of Facebook, but not for themselves.

Blocking someone doesn’t hide their comments, likes, or mentions

So you’ve decided to block someone on your iPhone, what really happens when you do that? First off, it should be noted that when you block someone on your iPhone it doesn’t hide their comments, likes, or mentions. If they have a photo or status update and you comment on it then the only way for them to see your comment is if they are not blocked by you. Another thing to note is that when people who are not blocked by someone don’t like any of their posts then their name will show up in the Liked By list of their post meaning the person can’t see who liked any of the posts.

How to Unblock Someone

When you block someone on your iPhone, it means that the person can’t text or call you. They can also not contact you through social media. This is the most extreme method of ghosting someone and takes their feelings into consideration. Some people might choose to block contacts they know they will never speak to again, but this should be done with a heavy heart because blocking someone may prevent them from updating you on a sensitive family matter, relationship crisis, or other urgent situation that could affect you as well.

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