The iPhone has greatly impacted the mobile and computing industries with its unique touch screen design and a powerful portability that combines a cell phone with convenient media and communication technologies. Besides the ability to handle your e-mail, calendar, news information and media play lists, you can also use the iPhone to manage a business or personal conference call between several different people.
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Call the first person for your conference call.
Add other calls. After you have connected and spoken to the first person, tap "Add Call" on the iPhone screen. Enter the phone number of the second person for your conference call. The first call is put on hold as you dial and connect to the second person. After you connect to the second person, you can continue to speak privately to him before connecting him to the first caller.
Merge the calls. When you are ready to connect everyone in your conference call, tap "Merge calls" on your iPhone screen.
Repeat steps two and three for every new person you wish to add to your conference call.
Add an imcoming call. If you receive an incoming call and would like to add that person to your conference call, click "Hold call + Answer" and then tap "Merge Calls."
Tips and warnings
- The iPhone's conference calling feature is limited to five different callers.
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