Apple will soon allow you to record calls – and this is how it will work
With a delay of years after Android and after a long wait, Apple will finally allow recording of calls: The new operating system IOS18 that will be released this September, will embed in it, alongside artificial intelligence and hundreds of other options, a call recording feature that will allow you to record, transcribe and summarize phone calls. Here’s what we know so far.

Recording phone calls on your iPhone has long been possible, but a third-party app has always been required for recording. Currently, the recordings are possible using applications such as TapeACall, Call Recorder, and others, but many of them are limited or charge a fee for recording and transcription. Now, as mentioned, Apple has revealed a built-in phone recording feature, which is available through the layers of artificial intelligence that, as mentioned, will be embedded in the operating system.

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The new phone call recording option will appear on the screen during a live call. Tapping the record button will start the recording and alert you and the other person that the call is being recorded. A sound wave indicates the audio level of the recording, while a timer shows how long the recording has been running.

At the end of the recording, the file will be sent to the notes application where it can be played. Using AI-powered Apple Intelligence technology, the recording is automatically transcribed for reading. In addition, you can ask the AI ​​to summarize the reading in a more concise manner. The recording and transcription will also be saved for future reference. It will also be possible to search for specific text in the transcript and even combine parts of the conversation with other notes.

The transcription capability will initially support English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese and Portuguese. Starting this week, IOS18 is available to everyone as a bug-fixing developer beta. As a principle, beta versions are not recommended for download for those who are not well versed in the mobile field. For everyone else, it is recommended to wait patiently for another two months, for the new operating system.

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