How to use voice isolation or wide spectrum on iPhone

Use Voice Isolation or Wide Spectrum during calls on your iPhone and iPad

When you want your voice to sound even clearer during FaceTime or a phone call, turn on Voice Isolation, which prioritizes your voice and blocks out surrounding noise. When you want your voice and all the sounds around you to be heard during a FaceTime call, you can turn on Wide Spectrum to leave ambient noise unfiltered.

Here’s what you need

To use Voice Isolation or Wide Spectrum during a FaceTime audio or video call, you’ll need iOS 15 or later.
To use voice isolation during a phone call, you’ll need iOS 16.4 or later. A wide spectrum is not available in phone calls.
With iOS 15 or later, voice isolation and wide spectrum are also available in some third-party apps.

You can use voice isolation and a wide spectrum on these devices:

iPhone XR, iPhone XS models, and later
iPad (8th generation) and later
All iPad Pro 11-inch models
iPad Pro 12.9-inch (3rd generation) and later
iPad Air (3rd generation) and later
iPad mini (5th generation) and later
Turn on Voice Isolation or Wide Spectrum
During your call, swipe down from the top-right corner of your screen to open Control Center.
Tap Mic Mode.

Choose voice isolation or wide spectrum.

Your selection only affects the app you’re using to make the call. Voice isolation or wide spectrum remains for that app unless you choose a different mic mode.

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