Apple surprised us yesterday by rolling out a cheeky iOS update to its iPhone fleet, and there's an added bonus for anyone who's picked up theirs from EE.
The iOS 8.3 update brings in a range of new features including a heap of new emoji, but another big talking point is the enabling of Wi-Fi calling - allowing you to make and receive phone calls and texts from the stock phone and messages apps via a Wi-Fi network.
That's perfect if you find yourself short on mobile coverage, but in the company of Wi-Fi - ensuring you'll never miss a call or be out the loop with your mates.
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Once you've updated your iPhone to iOS 8.3 go to Settings > Phone > Wi-Fi Calling and switch 'Allow Wi-Fi Calls' to yes to enable the feature.
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