Apple is known, among other things, for a high degree of concern for users' privacy. That's why a feature that may have leaked from iOS 14 draws so much attention.
According to the iPhone jailbreak community, through a reverse engineering method, a screen of the next iOS version would be pointing to the future implementation of a call recording tool. It would work for both phone calls and those made on Facetime.
In some situations, when the user calls from an iPhone to another iPhone, or Facetime is used, Apple must send alerts to the other party that the records are being captured in audio.
One bureaucracy that the tool seems to offer is that the user must configure the system to record all or no conversations. Somewhat unnecessary, since moments when the consumer needs to record a call can be specific …
The service screen also warns that the user must pay attention to the local legislation when saving the records. It may be that Apple makes a gradual launch of this tool to avoid its release in countries with strict legislation on the subject.
It is worth remembering that the next version of iOS should run on all devices that are now compatible with iOS 13. If this is done, the iPhone 6s will reach a commendable mark of 5 years of updates, leveling with the iPhone 5s, from 2013, which was updated until 2018.
And you, what do you think of the possible launch of this tool with iOS 14? Tell us in the comments!