When you're on a phone call, it can be hard or even impossible to hear the other person if the earpiece volume of your iPhone is very low. This tutorial explores all the practical solutions to fix low iPhone call volume in the top earpiece and also shares a couple of alternative tips.
Check out this free and easy way to transform your Android phone into a convenient wireless speaker or microphone for your Mac.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to change the audio input and output devices on your Mac from System Settings, as well as do that quickly from the top menu bar.
Video and audio calls won't work if WhatsApp does not have permission to use your iPhone's camera and microphone. In this tutorial, we have listed all the solutions to fix this issue and help you get back to making WhatsApp calls again.
The update addresses microphone issues plaguing some Apple Watch Ultra and Series 8 units while fixing Spotify streaming problems and squishing other bugs.
Apple's third-generation AirPods have three built-in microphones in each earbud versus two microphones per earphone for the second-generation model.
The new FaceTime portrait video feature in iOS 15 isn't actually exclusive to FaceTime—it can also be used to create a blur in video calls conducted via other apps, like Zoom and Snapchat.
New in iOS 14 are colorful Status Bar-based dot indicators that alert you to when your handset’s camera or microphone are being used – a commendable feature with respect to privacy.
By default, the camera indicator dot appears green, while the microphone indicator dot appears a light orange. Unfortunately, there’s no way to change these colors on a stock device.
Apple's iPadOS 14.5 software disables onboard microphones when you close your iPad smart folio case, another way the company continues to boost user privacy across its platforms.
If you’re using the camera or microphone for an app, you’ll see an indicator at the top of your screen. In addition, you can see what app is currently using that tool, along with which app used it recently.
These are helpful additions to the security features on your device, so we want to show you how to use them on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
When iOS & iPadOS 14 are released this Fall, the software updates will introduce a bevy of useful new features to the iPhone and iPad platforms. Perhaps one of the most intriguing features that seemed to slip under the radar are the new privacy-centric indicator dots that appear the top of the display when an app or service begins accessing your handset’s camera, location, or microphone.
This particular feature was so highly sought after that even the Android community quickly developed a way to port this feature to their handsets. Unfortunately for those running iOS & iPadOS 13 or earlier, a similar solution wasn’t available – at least not until now, thanks to a new and free jailbreak tweak release dubbed Quorra by iOS developer Lightmann.
In iOS and iPadOS 14, you'll see a handy new orange light indicator in the status bar of your iPhone and iPad whenever an app happens to be using your microphone.