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This hidden feature on the iPhone is a spy tool

Want to become an undercover agent with an iPhone and a pair of wireless headphones? Here is a fun idea, which the Dictok community constantly shares with the simplest trick. A hidden feature on the iPhone With full discretion, it allows you to spy on the conversation in another room.

We found this out in the video posted below by the Dictoc al dallamou hip account with 100,000 subscribers and 20 million views for the iPhone trick provided. Simply put, the function allows Listen to the conversation live Thanks to our iPhone’s microphone. To listen without appearing, all you need is a couple of airports.

iladilamouhibTo all u crazy friends## Greenscreen video ## Infiltration ## Tips ## iPhone ## Airports ## Technology ## Love ## Relationship ## killyourvibe ## fypSound Original Sound – Talila

How does it work? Trick

To configure, go to Parameters From the iPhone Then click on the “Control Center” section. Once there, scroll through the different apps included in the Control Center. For those who don’t, this is also the case A program called “listening”. Add it.

Now, there is a new button shortcut for “Audition” Your control center, Can be accessed by swiping down from the top right of the screen. If your wireless headphones are connected, clicking “Audition” will send the recorded sounds of your iPhone’s microphone directly to your headphones. If you put your iPhone in it, you can hear all the rooms directly from another room.

“I will never trust Airports users again”, A user commented on the dictation following the video. “I found out I was adopted”, Another laughed. Talila Mouhip was surprised by the success of her video, which was released in April 2019, which will be back in use trends again this year, thanks to Dictok’s method.

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Of course, this feature is not new to Apple devices and was introduced for access. Do we really need to mention it?