The Phone Link app in Windows 11 has recently gained support for iOS devices. The support for iOS means that iPhone users can now make and receive calls and send and receive text messages right from the Phone Link app on Windows 11 PC.
Interested users can pair their iPhones to Windows 11 PCs with the help of the Phone Link to begin using the new feature.
If you have already paired your iPhone to Windows 11 PC and now want to unpair, unlink or disconnect your iPhone from Windows 11 PC for some reason, this guide shows you how.
NOTE: You might want to unpair iPhone from Windows 11 PC if you do not wish to get iPhone calls on your computer or if you are experiencing issues in getting calls on your PC.
Follow the directions below to unpair or remove iPhone from Windows 11 PC.
Unlink or unpair iPhone from Windows 11 PC
Step 1: On your Windows 11 PC, open the Settings app.
Step 2: On the left side, click Bluetooth and devices.
Step 3: The right side of the page shows all paired devices to your Windows 11 PC. The list should also show your iPhone if it’s paired.
Step 4: To unpair iPhone from Windows 11 PC, click the three dots and then click the Remove device option.
Step 5: When asked for confirmation, click the Yes button. That’s it! Your iPhone will be unpaired. You will no longer get iPhone calls and messages on your PC.
To pair or link your iPhone to your Windows 11 PC again, use the Phone Link app. Refer to our how to pair iPhone to Windows 11 PC guide for step-by-step directions.