iOS 14 will add a new accessibility feature that allows your iPhone to recognize alarms and other sounds and notify the user accordingly.
First spotted by reddit user Jsmith4523, this ‘Sound Recognition’ feature will have the iPhone constantly listen for 14 different sounds, ranging from a door knock, doorbell, sirens, a crying baby, a barking dog and smoke detector alarm.
On paper, Sound Recognition seems like it would be very useful for iPhone owners who are deaf or hard of hearing.
iOS 14 was revealed during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference event on June 22nd.
Via: The Verge