iOS 16.4 adds new Voice Isolation feature to cellular calls on iPhone
Apple is adding a new Voice Isolation feature with iOS 16.4, which will allow users to prioritize their voice during cellular calls on iPhone and block out ambient noise, with the new feature being added today with the roll out of the release candidate version of iOS 16.4 to developers.
With Voice Isolation enabled, the feature will filter out sounds around the user to allow their voice to be heard more clearly during a call, improving the microphone quality during calls when the background environment is loud.
Voice Isolation has been available during FaceTime Audio Calls for some time, but never has the feature been available for regular cellular phone calls.
Apple is yet to confirm when iOS 16.4 will be released publicly, although the roll out of the developer release candidate today suggests that the update will likely be made available within the coming weeks.