If you have a Pixel phone (Pixel 3 or later), you can also use the talk mode with headset. If you point the camera of your phone at the person you want to chat with, or invert the camera and have it pick up your phone, you can reduce background noise and focus on your caller more easily (this feature is for crowded environments such as cafes where there is background noise). can be a problem).
Any iPhone owner with compatible Apple or Beats headphones can adjust the sound to suit their hearing and improve the clarity of music, movies, phone calls, and podcasts. Go to Configuration > Accessibility > Audio / visual, switch on Headphones, then tap Custom audio settings. If you go to Configuration > Control center and add Hearingyou can also use Listen live to better listen to people by placing the iPhone microphone near them.
If you have AirPods Pro or AirPods Max, you can use transparency mode. Go to Configuration > Accessibility > Audio / visual > Headphone housing > Transparency modeand then on Custom transparency mode i Reduction of environmental noise to choose how much ambient noise to allow.
With the AirPods Pro (8/10, cable recommendations) you can also use them Increased conversationwhich you can find below Transparency mode. The feature amplifies voices, but means carrying your AirPods during in-person chats. Once you have activated and added it Hearing to the Control center via Configurationyou can activate it by opening the Control Center and adjusting the amplification, balance, tone and ambient noise with a slider control set (remember your preferences).
How to use headphones with your phone
Apple has a Made for iPhone (MFi) hearing aid program. Connect compatible headphones to an iPhone via Bluetooth, and you’ll be able to access most of the features we’ve described above for your headset’s headphones. For example, go to Configuration > Accessibilityselect Hearing aids and choose yours, and then Start listening live use the iPhone’s microphone to hear people more clearly. You can also play music or podcasts directly on your headphones.