Introducing iOS 16 New feature on the iPhone called Voice recognition It instructs the iPhone to always listen for certain sounds. Once the iPhone hears the sound, it can trigger an alarm to warn you about what’s going on.
Voice recognition is an accessibility feature that will undoubtedly be useful for people with hearing impairments. The iPhone is usually close and can pick up sounds better than the human ear. But this feature can also be useful for people who are not hard of hearing.
The best part is that you can record custom sounds that may be specific to the devices around you and then set up special iPhone alarms for each of them.
How to activate voice recognition in iOS 16
You will find a file Voice recognition menu inside Accessibility existing Settings Application. Enable it and wait a second sounds menu to appear under it.
Once you do that, your iPhone will download various pre-recorded sounds that you can enable.
tap on sounds Then play all the sounds you want the iPhone to recognize. It might be a smoke alarm you want your iPhone to listen to. But it could also be a baby crying, a dog barking, or a glass breaking.
Add Voice Recognition to Control Center
Once enabled, you can add voice recognition to the Control Center for easier management. In the Settings Application, search for Control Center. You will then have to click on File + sign next to Voice recognition to add it to the list of shortcuts. Click on “–“Remove it if you don’t want it there.
You will then find a file Voice recognition Inside the control center. Simply tap or long press on it to see a list of all the sounds you can enable or disable. You can also get a shortcut to a file Settings Application.
Beware that at the time of writing, you may encounter some issues with the feature settings. Specifically, the sounds The menu may not appear after invoking Settings from Control Center. The menu appears at the end, but a restart may be required.
This is a bug that some users may encounter and it will be fixed by future iOS 16 updates.
How to add custom sounds
as such iPhone life noteThe best part of the iOS 16 feature is that the voice recognition feature works with custom voices.
You will have to teach the iPhone to recognize these voices on your own after activating the voice recognition as described above.
go to the sounds Menu and tap Custom Alarm. You will get a welcome screen when you use the feature that will explain how it works. Faucet Complete, then name the new custom sound you are about to record. Faucet Complete again and then click start listening on the screen.
You will have to play the custom audio five times for the iPhone to save it. Once done, you will be able to save audio. This process will take several minutes.
The iPhone will then ask if you want the new sound notifications, which you will have to do Allow.
The new sound will appear in the list of sounds your iPhone can recognize under the list of default sounds. here it is sound test Show below running water Selection.
The sound will be on by default, and you can enable and disable it whenever you need to use it.
Also, enabling any voice in voice recognition allows you to set a custom alarm for it. Just tap on the audio, enable it, then choose a file alert tone So.
That’s how easy it is to enable voice recognition in iOS 16 and teach your iPhone to recognize custom sounds that may require immediate attention. The iPhone will play alerts every time it hears it.
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