I swear I remember there being a way (either built into macOS or with a 3rd-party app) to dial a number on your Mac and place the call through your iPhone.
(I’m not talking about a FaceTime call or anything like that, I mean initiating a call that will otherwise be as if you had dialed it on your iPhone directly.)
After months of thinking, “I should find again that so I can start using it” now I can’t find it. All I am finding it articles telling me how to forward calls from my phone to my Mac, which is not what I want.
Am I delusional? Wait, don’t answer that. Rather, let me ask: Does this exist? Did it used to exist and then stopped? Why can’t I find it? Is all of life a simulation?
I have the same question. I’d like to be able to click a number in Safari on my Mac then take the call on my iPhone. The closest I can get is making the call then switching the audio over from my Mac to my phone, but it takes a few seconds and I can’t afford the lag. Seems like there must be a way.