Turning down any background noise, such as the television, radio, music, and so on, while on the phone is usually a good idea while we’re talking to someone. In this case, your voice is caught up by the phones microphones and the person on the other end may not be able to understand what you’re saying. For people who have difficulty hearing, this may be considerably more difficult.
In order to combat this, Apple has included a function in iOS that allows users to enable noise cancellation. But iPhone 13 still lacks noise cancellation. It helps to block out background noise that could interfere with the call’s quality. This is an accessibility feature that we’ve seen in the majority of iPhones, and we say most since, for some reason.
Apple has not yet responded to speculation that this is a hardware issue; nonetheless, it appears to be a software glitch that has not been resolved. According to Reddit user dagocarlito, they have spoken with Apple Support, who has confirmed that the problem is a known issue. But that there is no schedule for a resolution at this time.
Considering that this issue was first reported back in October and that we’re nearly at the end of the year. This suggests that it has been a problem for two months. And that Apple has not yet rectified the iPhone 13 noise cancellation. When you consider how much Apple enjoys bragging about the accessibility features that they incorporate into their products. You would expect them to be all over this. Hopefully, a patch will be released in the near future.