V12: Unified Communications in the Palm of Your Hand with 3CXPhone for iPhone

We’re excited to announce the release of the new 3CXPhone for iPhone app! 3CXPhone for iPhone plays a big part of 3CX Phone System 12…. and just like the Android client, took a lot of work :-)

3CX has just released it's VoIP client for the iPhone - 3CXPhone for iPhone.3CXPhone for iPhone supports PUSH Technology, which means 3CX can ‘wake up’ your iPhone or iPad when a new VoIP call comes in. This saves significant battery life as you don’t need to keep the app active. 3CX is the first PBX to provide PUSH, delivering you true mobility! 3CXPhone for iPhone delivers many unified communications features:

  • Make and receive VoIP calls via 3CX Phone System 12 from anywhere
  • Setup conference calls easily
  • See the presence of your colleagues
  • Multi Line – manage multiple calls at the same time
  • Corporate instant messaging
  • Ability to configure call forwarding from your iPhone
  • Ability to quickly set your presence status, e.g. available, away, out of the office, etc.
  • Centralized call history
  • Configure the iPhone client via email in seconds
  • Blind and attended call transfers
  • Place calls on hold
  • Playback voice mail through the client
  • iField help links added which provide help for each feature
  • Add and delete personal contacts from the phonebook
  • Record calls and play them back on the client

To take advantage of the great new features of 3CXPhone for iPhone, you’ll need to have the latest version of 3CX Phone System 12 installed. Update to the latest version by logging in to the 3CX Windows Management Console from Start > All Programs > 3CX Phone System > Windows Management Console and navigate to the 3CX Phone System Updates node > 3CX Service Packs / Updates.

Download 3CXPhone for iPhone!

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  1. Craig

    Note to dev’s:
    When using this version and v11 soft phone with iOS 7, I register the device.
    I make a call.
    I place the phone to my ear.
    The person answers but can not hear me.

    iOS7 now asks for access to the microphone. I think 3cx Phone needs to ask upon startup and check for access to Microphone. Otherwise, user probably will not see the message to allow access to Microphone.

    June 28, 2013 at 12:35 am
  2. jimmy henn

    Yes this v12 is very halpfull in every way

    i like it alot

    July 4, 2013 at 5:17 pm