iOS 14 could allow for Phone and FaceTime call recording

After years of yearning it as a feature, yet questioning regarding the legality of it, a new rumor has actually shown that Apple might consist of call recording as an iOS 14 feature.

Per GizChina, a screenshot has leaked of a supposed Settings page from an early iOS 14 develops. The screen shows a toggle to record the audio from all phone and FaceTime calls. It also consists of a reasonable amount of legalese, as recording a phone call has actually constantly been dirty legal territory and has actually differed from nation to nation and state to state in the U.S.

In many locations, however, it is completely legal for an individual to record their own phone call as long as the other side is notified of the recording. Some locations need “both sides” to be notified, which in practice just uses the 3rd-party recording of calls.

However, it’s still legal to record phone calls in the U.S. and most other countries sell equipment capable of this function.

Stay tuned for extra information as they become available.

Source: GizChina

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