Has it ever happened where you called someone and they weren’t able to hear your voice on the call due to traffic or colleagues around you? If yes, then you’ll be glad to know that Apple has come out with an easy solution to fix such situations – Voice Isolation.
Voice Isolation will remove any background noise and prioritize your voice during calls. If you’re ready to use this feature on your iPhone, then this guide will help you do that. In this guide, you will get to know how to enable voice isolation to improve call quality on iPhone.
Basic requirements for using Voice Isolation
Before enabling this feature, you’ll first have to fulfill a few prerequisites for using the voice isolation feature on your iPhone –
Your iPhone needs to have the A12 Bionic chipset or higher (i.e. iPhone XS or newer model)
You must have iOS 16.4 installed on your iPhone
How to enable Voice Isolation on iPhone (during call)
- During an ongoing call, you’ll have to swipe down from the top right corner of the screen and bring up the “Control Center”
- In the Control Center, you should tap the “Mic Mode” tile
- Once you’ve selected the Mic Mode option, you’ll get three options to choose from –
- Standard Mic – This is the default option and it won’t filter out noise
- Voice Isolation – This mode will isolate the background sounds on iPhone and allow other people on the call to hear your voice clearly
- Wide spectrum – This mode is designed for capturing all the sound by the mic into your call
- Here, you will need to select the “Voice Isolation” option before returning to the phone call
Note: You should ask the call recipient if there’s any change in your voice and that the background noise is gone. The voice isolation mode will only be enabled for a particular phone call. The mic mode will automatically return to the standard mode once that call ends. You will have to enable Voice Isolation once again when you make the next call.