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Blocked Numbers On iPhone
Written by Hassan Abbas

Blocked Numbers On iPhone: In older days the only way to block people is to either take the phone off or unplug it from the wall. But nowadays, we can block people with a couple of clicks on our devices.

You can now block others from calling you, stop spam calls and block text messages from certain senders. But what happens if you block someone by mistake or have a change of heart later? You can unblock a caller, but you’ve to know how to see who you’ve blocked, right?

Our guide shows you how to see your blocked numbers in the Phone, FaceTime, and Messages apps on iPhone. And we’ll show you how to see who you’ve blocked in the Mail app too.

See who you’ve blocked on iPhone

Here we summarize what you’ll find in this guide so you can skip to a specific section if you like. You can view numbers in:

  • Phone app
  • FaceTime app
  • Messages app
  • Mail app

View blocked numbers in the Phone app

Open the Settings on your iPhone and then follow these steps.

Step 1:

On the Settings screen, Click Phone.

Step 2:

Now scroll down to and click Blocked Contacts.

Here you’ll see a list of all blocked numbers. Click a number to see details, click Edit to delete a number, or tap Add New at the bottom to put another number on the list.

View blocked numbers in the FaceTime app

Step 1:

Firstly, Open Settings and click FaceTime.

Step 2:

Under Calls at the bottom, click Blocked Contacts.

You can edit your list in the FaceTime settings just like in the Phone app.

View blocked senders in the Messages app

Step 1:

At first, open the Settings and click Messages.

Step 2:

Now under SMS/MMS, click Blocked Contacts.

Again, you can edit your list in the Messages app, like Phone and FaceTime.

View blocked senders in the Mail app

Step 1:

Again open Settings and click Mail.

Step 2:

Under Threading, click Blocked.

And of course, you can edit the list in the Mail settings like the other apps above.


Sometimes you may change your mind about someone you’ve blocked or even you accidentally blocked somebody. It’s easy to see your blocked numbers on iPhone for each of these apps.

For further queries and questions let us know in the comment section below!

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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