With the iOS 14 update, Apple can integrate call recording with the mobile operating system. According to a new report, iPhone users will be able to record calls on phone and Facetime calls with iOS 14.
Apple is expected to release iOS 14 to iPhone users in the autumn months. While the tech giant is trying to keep its mouth tight about what’s new with the new OS update, a new leak that has emerged has uncovered a new feature that could come with iOS 14.
According to IT Home’s report, call recording with iOS 14 may come. A published screenshot shows that an early version of call recording is available in the iOS 14 developer build.
With iOS 14, it is spoken that call recording can be made in phone and Facetime calls.
According to the screenshot above, which is claimed to be taken from iOS 14, the new feature is located in the “Phone and Facetime Calls” section in the audio settings. The call recording feature, which Apple has added to the Settings app, explains, “allows all incoming and outgoing calls on this device to be recorded.”
Call recording may not be legal in some countries, and Apple must detect problems that may result from the addition of the new feature. The warning on the settings screen states that the user is solely responsible for the call recording and the legal responsibilities belong to the user. Call recording feature can be enabled or disabled optionally.
It is possible to record calls with third party applications on Apple devices, but Apple may also want to offer such a feature internally in the operating system. iOS 14 is expected to arrive in September. Apple is also expected to provide a preview for iOS 14 at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), scheduled for June.