The first and the easiest method is to put your iPhone to Silent Mode by toggling the Ring/Silent button/switch. You will find this button/switch on top left side of your iPhone. Once you have toggled the switch, you will see a red strip if your iPhone is on Silent mode. So, by doing so you will see a call coming but you won’t hear its ringtone. Although your phone may vibrate depending on your settings and by default the phone vibrates when you receive an incoming call on silent mode. You can Turn in off by heading over to Settings > Sounds & Haptics and turn off the vibration for Silent switch.
Another method is that when you receive a call, you can press the power/home button to send the incoming call to voicemail. The power button is on right side of new iPhones and on top of iPhone SE and others with the same design. The power button silences the ringer and send the incoming calls to voicemail.
Putting your iPhone in Airplane Mode will also block all the calls and other notifications. Your all calls will be directed towards the voicemail and you will not even see that who is calling until you check it manually but you won’t be disturbed by unwanted calls. To turn the Airplane Mode on, swipe from button of the screen to open the Control Panel and top on the Airplane icon.
Do Not Disturb:
Do Not Disturb mode mutes all your notifications but you will still be able to see them on your display. Incoming calls will appear on the screen of your phone but it won’t make any sound and will go to voicemail if left unanswered.To turn it on, swipe from bottom and tap on the Moon icon from Control Panel.
These were some easy ways to send incoming calls directly to voicemail on your iPhone. What are your thoughts about this article? Let us know in comments below.