Today, Skype for iPhone and iPad receive a minor update that highlights a switch to enable or disable the integration of CallKit, the ability to receive new requests contact forms of notifications and other updates that are not noticeable to the naked eye, as fixes and enhancements for the application to work more reliably on devices with iOS 10.
In the new version of Skype for iPhone and iPad, you can switch between calls integrated via iOS 10 CallKit in and out of the Settings application.
To disable integration CallKit, you must open Skype and make tap on the tab "my information" found at the bottom of the screen. Then click on "settings" and slide the integrated call to the off position switch.
If you disable the CallKit integration, Skype VoIP calls appear on the lock screen as any notification. You can also not make Skype calls from the device's contact list, or capture recent Skype phone.
On the other hand, if you did not notice, about two weeks ago Skype released a major upgrade, integrating applications default IOS Siri, Phone, Contacts and now includes support for the lock screen.
You can disable Siri integration of Skype through Sirikit, for it go to Settings -> Siri -> application support. Be sure to enable Skype notifications to receive any new contact request as a notification.
Clearly, more and more applications that take advantage of new features provided iOS 10. Now, it's only a matter of time for most applications are updated and compatible with iOS 10.