We live in modern world in the world of technology where every day the new innovative technology is improving our life. Self Driving cars, drones that has become a part of our daily life, smartphones we can not live without.
When it comes about the smartphones there is one interesting thing that you should know about your iPhone. Over the past few months, people have been trying to figure out what the purpose of that mysterious hole next to the back camera on an iPhone is used for. Is it a light sensor? Is it a microphone? So, what is it and what exactly does it do? Scroll down to see the right answer and enjoy!
We are talking for this hole in case you can not remember
Many people think that it can be some reset button but this is definitely wrong opinion
Please do not try poke this hole with anything
Turns out, it is a tiny microphone but it doesn’t actually listen to your voice
This microphone is called noise canceling microphone which…
can virtually eliminate background noises so that the caller on the other end hears only crystal clear voice. It also helps to record your voice without any fillers and to make Siri’s recognition of your accent even better