iPhones have been known for their noise-canceling capabilities throughout calls for more than a decade. This long-standing feature was not removed with the introduction of the iPhone 13 series. The corporation has not provided any justification for the discontinuation of the feature. According to 9To5Mac reports, Apple Support confirmed that they had lost the noise cancellation feature.
Apple Support was contacted by users who noticed the absence of this function. The iPhone 13 series does not have call noise cancellation.
Over a decade ago, iPhones had an in-call noise cancel function that mutes ambient noise when the receiver is pressed to one ear.
The reason for the removal of this function is not clear. This means that phone calls will continue without noise cancellation unless alternative gear like headphones with noise cancellation built-in. The phones have the ability to reduce phone noise, but it is not clear why Apple’s latest handsets do not support this feature.
Some features may still be available on the iPhone 13 series. Users may also be able to use external noise-canceling equipment like Apple headphones and earphones to improve their conversations.
Although a software bug is not suspected at the moment, it is possible to update or install software that improves in-call quality. However, Apple’s decision is uncertain.