I’ve found myself making (and answering) more and more phone calls on my Mac, and since the Mac now are ringing when your getting calls, we should be able to change what ringtone we hear, right?
One of the best features in Mac OS X Yosemite is its capacity to make calls (read more here.) and send SMS form your Mac through the iPhone. This is not done through iMessage and Facetime, yet rather through your telephone’s voice and information plan. You can now send SMS to contacts that don’t have iMessage, and make calls from your Mac (through the iPhone).
If you don’t want to receive calls from your iPhone on your Mac (OS X Yosemite), you ned to disable this function in FaceTime on the Mac.
Since Yosemite is out, with ios 8 running on your iphone, you can call and receive telephone calls from your Mac and your ipad (additionally running ios 8). This is one of the peculiarities of Continuity, which further incorporates and associates your Mac and ios gadgets. Congruity additionally incorporates Handoff, Instant Hotspot, Airdrop and SMS Relay (as a major aspect of the ios 8.1 redesign).