Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr An Apple patent application has surfaced that shows the company is finding approaches to make declining an call an iPhone a more “good experience” later on. As indicated by the patent distributed by the US Patent and Trademark Office, the tech giant is allegedly attempting to make its digital assistant hand Siri to help give the caller a reason on why the call was rejected through an text message. “An Apple patent application published for `Intelligent Digital Assistant for Declining an Incoming Call` expects to settle the issue by having Siri or another computerised aide automatically work out why the call can’t be accepted,” AppleInsider reported late on Thursday. As indicated by the patent application, the procedure begins when an approaching video or voice call is recognised, in this manner, provoking the smart assistant to attempt to secure however much information about the user`s circumstance as could be expected. “This can include the user’s location if the iPhone is in ‘Do Not Disturb’ or another working mode or even information from outsider applications that are used for particular purposes–, for example, a wellness checking application identifying the client is amidst an exercise,” the report included. The Cupertino-headquartered giant as of now offers a rundown of straightforward, generic that users can pick when a call comes in that they can’t or don’t have any desire to reply.