Apple has no plans to bring noise cancelling support back to
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Apple has no plans to bring noise-cancelling support back to the iPhone 13

At the end of last year, many users of the iPhone 13 smartphone lineup pointed out the lack of a noise canceling feature to help block out background noise during phone calls. At the time, it was thought that the problem was due to software bugs in iOS 15 and that Apple would fix it soon, but it seems that’s not the case.

Image source: 9to5 Mac

Image source: 9to5 Mac

That’s what the response from a support agent at the tech giant suggests. One of the iPhone 13 users contacted tech support a few months ago due to the lack of noise canceling support. First, he was told that he would have to wait for software updates to be released to fix the problem. However, a technical support representative later said so “Phone call noise reduction is not available on iPhone 13 models, so you won’t see this option in Settings.”. The question about the possible appearance of this feature in the future was not answered.

Recall that in December last year, many iPhone 13 users noticed the lack of an option to enable / disable noise reduction during calls in their devices’ settings. After numerous calls to Apple support, it was determined that the company was working on a fix for the issue, but didn’t say when it would be released to the general public. Now it turns out that the noise reduction feature will not appear in the iPhone 13.

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It’s worth noting that Apple hasn’t made any official announcements about the future availability of the noise-cancelling feature. A support person may have reported this out of ignorance or by mistake. If Apple really decided to drop support for this feature, the reasons for such a move remain unclear, especially considering that noise reduction was implemented in the company’s smartphones of previous generations.

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