Some users noticed that the noise canceling function on the iPhone 13 is not available. It can usually be found in the Accessibility settings on earlier Apple smartphones. It is now known that this is not an error. Apple intentionally removed the feature.
iPhone 13 lacks noise cancellation
In December 2021, 9to5Mac reported that some iPhone 13 users complained that there was no noise cancellation. The feature is useful when making calls, as it blocks out ambient noise while you’re holding the phone to your ear. A few weeks later, it is now clear that the lack of the function is not a bug with the iPhone 13.
According to 9to5Mac, their reader Steve reported the problem to Apple Support. He replied as follows:
“We have an update on this topic. Phone noise cancellation isn’t available on iPhone 13 models, which is why you won’t see this option in Settings.”
Apple according to 9to5Mac
So it’s clear: Apple deliberately and almost secretly left out the noise suppression on the iPhone.
|The iPhone 13 was launched in 2021 – along with the mini, Pro and Pro Max models. Apple introduced new color versions: North Star, Midnight, Blue and Rosé.|
There is an “emergency solution”
In fact, AirPods have such noise cancellation. But that cannot be the solution for many users. So don’t own all these small devices. After all, they cost between 149 (2nd generation) and 279 euros (AirPods Pro).
However, according to Giga, there is another small solution: you can open the control center while you are on a call or facetime. From there, tap on “Microphone Mode” and select “Voice Isolation” from the drop-down menu. In this way, the background noise could be filtered in a roundabout way. The result is not perfect, but at least a solution.
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Source: 9to5Mac, Giga