A little-known iPhone setting instantly allows users to refresh their calls.
The feature can greatly improve the way you sound on Facetime or phone calls, but not many know exactly how to turn on the iPhone setting.
Apple introduced voice isolation to the Phone app with iOS 16.4.
For this feature to work, you need an iPhone running iOS 15 or later.
Also, you can enable voice isolation mode only during a call.
First, make a call using FaceTime or the Phone app.
Second, swipe down and open your control center.
Third, select “Microphone Mode” in the top right corner of the control center.
Fourth, select the “Voice Isolation” setting and return to your call.
The function will now be activated.
There’s a way to achieve the opposite of voice isolation, which captures everything that’s around during a call by focusing on your voice.
The opposite feature is called “Wide Spectrum” and appears in the same place of Voice Isolation.
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