The Apple Watch has many popular features, like activity tracking or heart rate measurements, but you might not know that you can use your watchOS device as a Decibel Meter! Yes, you Apple Watch is able to measure how loud sounds are heard in your environment. The audio levels are analyzed, in real time, with…
In iOS 14 you can check the audio levels of the headphones connected to your iPhone or iPad, in real time. This new feature is available in the Control Center. Use it to quickly notice if the volume levels are healthy for your ears. Green graphics show that you’re listening within the accepted limits, while…
The Health app gets new functionality in iOS 13. It’s now able to collect audio levels data from your headphones and provide you info about how loud you listen to music, podcasts or any other audio content. There’s also a history section that compares the volume levels of your headphones for each day. This way…
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