Manage FaceTime calls on iPhone
During a call in the FaceTime app , you can use other apps, and more. You can also block unwanted callers and delete a call from your call history.
Multitask during a call
Go to the Home screen, then tap an app icon to open an app.
You can still talk with your friend while you’re using another app. To return to the FaceTime app, tap the green bar (or the FaceTime icon) at the top of the screen.
See more during a video call
To see more during a FaceTime video call, rotate iPhone to use landscape orientation.
Note: To avoid unwanted orientation changes, lock the iPhone screen orientation. See Change or lock the screen orientation on iPhone.
Take a Live Photo
When you’re on a FaceTime video call with one other person, you can take a FaceTime Live Photo to capture a moment of your conversation (not available in all regions; iOS 12.1.4 or later). The camera captures what happens just before and after you take the photo, including the audio, so you can see and hear it later just the way it happened.
To take a Live Photo of your call, tap (make sure FaceTime Live Photos is turned on in Settings > FaceTime).
You both receive a notification that the photo was taken, and the Live Photo is saved in your Photos app.
Block unwanted callers
You can block voice calls, FaceTime calls, and text messages from unwanted contacts.
Go to Settings > FaceTime > Blocked.
Tap Add New at the bottom of the list.
Tap a contact you want to block.
To unblock a contact or phone number, swipe it to the left, then tap Unblock.
See the Apple Support article Block phone numbers and contacts on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Delete a call from call history
In FaceTime, swipe left over the call in your call history, then tap Delete.