Apple confirms that the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro do not support noise cancellation during phone calls

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Apple has confirmed that iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 13 Pro Max do not cancel out voice calls. Apple has included this feature in the iPhone 12 series and earlier models to improve the quality of calls in the voice environment.

No reason has been given to remove this feature from the voice cancellation of iPhone 13 series during phone calls. By reference, by the iPhone 13 category, we mean the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. On previous iPhones, the feature was available in settings under Audio / Visual, which is found in Accessibility.

According to Apple, the setting reduces ambient noise when calling, but only when you hold the iPhone to your ear. By default, Apple has the feature enabled, although it is hidden in accessibility. Theoretically, this feature makes it easier to hear people calling from busy areas, such as in the nearby heavy traffic.

Apple has now confirmed the 9to5Mac That lack of voice cancellation on the iPhone 13 series is not a bug in iOS 15. Instead, Apple denied the feature but did not elaborate. However, older iPhone models still support “Phone Noise Cancellation” in iOS 15. Currently, the only solution is to enable the voice isolation feature in the Control Center, although this does not work with all apps.

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