Apple Inc. had the lots of criticism for WWDC 2014 when they had the first view of iOS 8, which again fell short to impress people globally. However, company’s new Mac operating system X Yosemite was rather successful in making an impact on everyone. In its several features, one was that enabled users to make and receive the calls of your iPhone on the MacBook.
Placing a call
There are two ways available to perform this action. Number one is that you can simply launch faceTime app on your Mac and once started, you can search for contact or directly dial a number. If you want the calling to be done through the iPhone, then right-click on the contact and select “Call using iPhone”; this will route your call to your iPhone.
Second method includes use of multiple apps comprising Safari, Calendar and Contacts. Highlight a phone number in Safari, and then just tap on a small arrow visible on right of the number. Further, in contacts, tap on the icon listed following the contact and choose call with iPhone. The calendar app comes now when you have to confirm the call by clicking on the phone number there. A notification on the top right corner will appear with all controls and status, once your call begins.
Remember, whenever you puzzle, right click on highlighted number.