This HIDDEN iPhone 13, iPhone 12 feature will make audio, video calls sound better
Apple has its own video calling app, FaceTime. And undoubtedly, in place of regular phone calls, FaceTime brings free Wi-Fi calling experience and better! But do you know that FaceTime on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, actually has a hidden feature that can make your audio and video calls sound better? If not, then it seems like you are missing out on a mighty feature that can actually make your audio and video calls sound better with less amount of noise. Apple introduced several new features with iOS 15 recently and this is one of them. This feature will work on iPhone SE 2020, iPhone SE 3, iPhone XR, Xs, and all the later versions, including iPhone 12 series and iPhone 13 series.
This Apple feature is hiding in the Control Center and it has the power to instantly improve the quality of your microphone during calls. This can be proven savior when we all have to struggle to find a quiet place to take a call. We are talking about Voice Isolation mode, which lets the microphone spotlights your voice with machine learning and blocks the ambient noises. So, next time when you use your FaceTime to call, this Voice Isolation mode will let you have your call in peace even in a noisy environment! This will work even with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac running iOS 15 or macOS Monterey.
When you want your voice to be heard clearly in a FaceTime call and other sounds filtered out, you can turn on Voice Isolation mode. Basically, Voice Isolation mode prioritizes your voice in a FaceTime call and blocks out the ambient noise. Wondering how to use this hidden feature during your FaceTime? Here’s the step-by-step guide for you on how-to-use Voice Isolation feature on iPhones, iPad, or Mac.
How to use Voice Isolation feature on iPhones, iPad, or Mac
The feature known as Voice Isolation works on most iPhones, iPads and Macs that are running iOS 15 or macOS Monterey. Basically, anything that supports Spatial Audio, also supports Voice Isolation.
To enable the Voice isolation mode, you have to access the setting when you’re already in a call.
During the call, swipe down from the upper-right corner or click in the upper-right corner on a Mac that will bring the Control Center.
Then tap on the “Mic Mode,” which is the Standard, but you can have two other options: Voice Isolation and Wide Spectrum.
Wide Spectrum mode will actually bring more background noise, whereas Voice Isolation mode will let the magic happen while filtering out all the noise.