Launch the FaceTime app on your iPhone or iPad. You will automatically be shown a call rundown. Toggle between audio and video calls in the top menu. You can’t access it through apple ID but you might have it saved in iCloud. If you’ve got iCloud enabled on your Apple devices, and most people do, then Apple will record data from all your calls, whether it’s a regular phone call or VoIP-based calls including FaceTime, Skype, WhatsApp, Viber and others. Everything gets synced to the cloud, complete with phone numbers, call dates and times, and call duration. The reasoning here is pretty simple. Apple wants you to be able to access those calls and return missed calls from any of your devices. This is possible through Apple’s Continuity feature. To access it just sync your iPhone with your iCloud and it will show in the Facetime app.