iOS 16.4 features Voice Isolation feature for regular phone calls

Apple’s iOS 16. Release Candidate update is now available for download and the company’s release notes indicate that a new feature is coming.

The feature, called voice isolation, is designed to make it easier for people to hear each other during cellular calls.

Voice isolation is already available for internet calling apps like FaceTime and WhatsApp and was added as part of the iOS 15 update. But now Apple is getting ready to enable it for cellular phone calls as well.

The feature promises to remove background noise to make it easier for callers to hear each other while improving the quality of audio picked up by the iPhone’s microphone. MacRumors notes that enabling the feature for FaceTime and other Internet-based calls is as simple as tapping a few things in Control Center.

In a ‘FaceTime’ call, voice isolation can be enabled by activating the Control Center, tapping on the Mic Mode option and choosing the Voice Isolation option, so the feature can be enabled in the same way for voice calls.

It’s still unclear when Apple plans to make iOS 16.4 available for download for everyone, but since we’ve already got the first release candidate update in the hands of developers, it doesn’t look like we’ll have to wait that long.

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