Reasoning behind why iPhone users can’t always decline a call is actually quite simple

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Many iPhone users have wondered why they are sometimes given the option to decline a call, and sometimes are not.

Twitter user Freddy Cabrales posted a tweet Friday about the frustrating occurrence, prompting other iPhone users to wonder why there were two different ways to accept a call.

This caused Business Insider to launch an investigation into why it happens.

After a less than successful  investigation, Business Insider gave up and just Googled it.

It turns out, the question isn’t as complicated as some thought it was.

“If your iPhone is locked when you receive a call … you’ll be shown a slider to answer the call, with no option to ignore it. If your phone’s unlocked, you’ll get the option to either dismiss or accept the call,” the Business Insider reported.

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