iPhone will soon record your voice to speak on the phone for you
First, Apple will introduce “Live Speech,” which allows the user to write iPhone text to be read “out loud” to the caller during a phone call. Thanks to the additional “personal voice” function, the smartphone will record your voice upstream, synthesize it and reproduce it, thanks to artificial intelligence. Any text can be read with the sound of your voice.
The US agency notes that the function is designed for “those who cannot speak or are at risk of losing the ability to speak.” “People at risk of losing the ability to speak can use Personal Voice to create a unified voice that sounds just like them to communicate with family and friends,” says Apple. To create this double sound, the user needs to exercise the iPhone by reading sentences for fifteen minutes.
Cognitive and visual impairment
For those suffering from cognitive disorders, the “Assisted Access” function will make it possible to strip the application interface of everything superfluous to “reduce cognitive load.” Text and buttons are larger, and some apps are grouped together for ease of use.