The jailbreak community said it obtained a leaked system engineering image, which revealed that iOS 14 will support the “phone and Facetime calls” call recording function, which can be found in the “Settings” application.
Breaking news shows that Apple has explained this function in detail. In short, users need to obtain the consent of the caller to enable the call recording function, and it is strictly prohibited to share the device with others during the call.
Admittedly, when it comes to privacy, call recording is a tricky issue, because the FCC clearly defines that the recording is legal as long as the other party is notified before the recording, or there is a voice prompt during the call.
Previously, Google deleted the call history API on Android 6.0, and now there are signs that Apple will add this feature to iOS 14, which is really interesting.
However, the call recording function may not be available in all countries/regions, for example in Australia and India, the government has banned individual users from recording calls.
Apple will release iOS 14 at the WWDC 20 Global Developers Conference on June 23. Unlike previous events, this year’s conference will be held online.