If you have a Pixel phone (Pixel 3 or later), you can also use Conversation Mode with headphones. By pointing your phone’s camera at the person you want to chat with, or turning the camera upside down and letting them hold your phone, you can reduce background noise and make it easier to focus on your talking partner (this feature works with background noise Busy environments such as larger cafes can be a problem).
Any iPhone user with a supported Apple or Beats headphone can adjust the sound to suit their hearing and improve the clarity of music, movies, phone calls and podcasts.go set up > accessibility > audio/video, Open headphone accommodation, then click Customize audio settings. if you go set up > control center and add hearingyou can also use live listening Move the iPhone mic closer to them to hear them better.
Transparency mode is available if you have AirPods Pro or AirPods Max.go set up > accessibility > Audio/Video > Headphone adjustment > transparent modethen turn on Custom Transparency Mode and Ambient noise reduction Choose how much ambient noise is allowed.
With AirPods Pro (8/10, recommended by WIRED), you can also use Conversation boostwhich you can find below transparent modeThe feature amplifies sound, but it does mean wearing your AirPods while chatting face-to-face.After activating and adding hearing arrive control center pass set upyou can turn it on by opening Control Center and using a set of sliders to adjust Amplification, Balance, Tone and Ambient Noise (it remembers your preferences).
How to use hearing aids on your phone
Apple has a Made for iPhone (MFi) hearing aid program. Connect your supported hearing aids to your iPhone via Bluetooth and you can access most of the features we’ve outlined above for headphones on your hearing aids.For example, go to set up > accessibilitychoose Hearing equipment and choose yours, then Start listening live Hear people more clearly with your iPhone’s microphone. You can also stream music or podcasts directly to your hearing aids.