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Photo: DenPhotos (Shutterstock) I love hidden features on my devices. It’s fun to learn something new about the tech you use every day, to discover the little features that aren’t advertised. And unless you spend a lot of time messing around in the Phone app, dialer codes are likely among those hidden features for you as well. Dialer codes are, as their name implies, codes you dial into your iPhone’s phone app. These codes can do a lot of different things: One allows you to remove your caller ID when dialing other numbers, while another can show you how strong your current cell signal really is. They can change settings, or show you data you didn’t know about. Now, full disclosure, these codes can be finicky. Many are carrier-specific, so they might not work depending on your cellular connection. I ran into a few issues myself with some of these codes with AT&T on an iPhone 12 Pro Max. Still, these are tried and true, so they should work for the right combination of device and carrier. Here are some of the codes we think are most interesting and useful. Place anonymous calls on your iPhone The cellphone, with its caller ID, made placing anonymous calls a thing of the past. That is, unless you know how to hide your caller ID. All you need to do is add *67 in front of the phone number you’re trying to reach, and your call will appear as “NO CALLER ID” […]