The iPhone 8 will bring the new generation of "HD Voice" -


Post Top Ad

Post Top Ad

Monday, 25 September 2017

The iPhone 8 will bring the new generation of "HD Voice"

HD Voice functionality (using LTE data to improve voice quality during calls) has been available on Apple mobile devices since the launch of the iPhone 6.

Now, apparently, the iPhone 8 takes the functionality a step further and will offer the next generation of HD Voice thanks to its support for Voice Improvement Services (EVS).

This news has been filtered by the president of the Japanese telecommunications company KDDI in Engadget Japan .

    "According to Engadget Japan, Mr. Takashi Tanaka, the KDDI president, said in the exclusive interview that the iPhone 8 had the" EVS "feature in its voice codecs.

Voice Enhancement Services extends the frequency range of voice calls from the current 7 kHz to 14.4 kHz limit, and also enhances the reliability of those calls.

The EE Telephony operator of the United Kingdom is presenting the "Enhanced HD Voice" as an option only available on the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus . It is possible that the rest of operators in Europe offer the same functionality for the iPhone 8.

In addition, it is also likely that the next generation of "HD Voice" will be incorporated into the iPhone X. Apple's tenth anniversary smartphone bit will arrive in November to market. Apple has had some difficulties with the manufacturing process of the iPhone X, which is why the smartphone will launch later.

What do you think about this curious functionality? Do you think the HD Voice could also come to Spain someday? Will you really notice the audio quality of the calls? Let us know what you think about this topic from the comments section at the bottom of this article and in the social networks of our blog.

Source | ** 9to5mac 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Post Top Ad