Apple is expected to commence its virtual WWDC 2020 event on June 22, where the unveiling of the next major iOS update, iOS 14 will be announced.
While the leak of the new iOS update reveals an interesting feature of native call recording function for both iPhone and FaceTime calls, which also include an all new apps screen, new multitasking UI, and the ability to test an app without actually installing it.
The new iOS 14 is reportedly going to be supported on all current iOS 13 devices, with some features making it to the new release, though the company is said to be pushing back some features for iOS 14 due to buggy release of iOS 13 and to make the update more stable.
How the Apple iOS 14 was Leaked?
The native call recording feature that will let users record both, phone calls and FaceTime calls was leaked through the engineering image accessed by the jailbreak community and provides a look at the settings page for the feature.
According to the leaked page, the call recording feature will lets users to simply turn on or off the ‘Audio Call Recording’ and when turned on, it records automatically.
How the iPhone and FaceTime Call recording will work?
Once the call recording is enabled on an iPhone, all incoming and outgoing calls will be recorded automatically, and until the function is turned off from the settings.
Albeit, the native call recording feature will also notify the iPhone user on the other side of call about the recordings, while reminding the recorder to respect some regulations.
The call recording feature will however be subject to some local laws, and as regards countries with stricter regulations on the matter of call recording by users. But it’s not yet clear if the call recording will be available for all regions and whether call recording by all users is allowed.