Monday, September 25, 2017

The iPhone 8 incorporates the new generation of "HD Voice"


Little by little we are discovering new functionalities in the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. Now, the Japanese medium Engadget Japan, notes that the president of the telecommunications company KDDI, has leaked information that ensures that the new phones will offer the next generation of HD Voice thanks to its support for Voice Improvement Services EVS).
This proposal corresponds to the evolution of the HD voice, which works to improve the quality of voice during calls, and has been available on Apple mobile devices since the launch of the iPhone 6.

The iPhone 8 would improve the quality of calls

At the moment, only EE telephony operator UK is presenting the "Enhanced HD Voice" as an option only available on iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. So it is presumed that it will arrive soon to the rest of the operators in Europe.
With this quality, Voice Enhancement Services would extend the frequency range of voice calls from the current 7 kHz to 14.4 kHz range, while enhancing the reliability of such calls.
The same medium says that this option may also be available on the iPhone, but clearly is something we confirm after November 3, the date announced by Apple to begin shipments of the expected device, which stands out for its powerful A11 chip, OLED display , its Face ID function, camera and the already controversial Animojis.
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