19 June 2020
Apple is expected to bring different new features and changes with iOS 14 that will likely be announced at WWDC 2020 on June 22nd. One of these new features is said to be native call recording support for iPhone. The report is coming from Chinese publication ITHome which has even shared a setting screenshot.
The screenshot shows a toggle that can be turned on or off to enable or disable calling recording respectively. It seems like the option will be disabled by default and will have to be enabled manually. The same page also has a disclaimer from Apple's said that talks about the feature and legalities of the matter that a user should be aware of.
It mentions that once call recording is enabled, it will work for both incoming and outgoing calls. Apple is putting the onus on the user to alert participants of the call that the call is getting recorded. It further says that a user will have to comply with local laws and regulations related to call recording which varies from region to region.
The report does not mention whether call recording support will be available globally or only in select regions. It is worth noting that the source behind the claim has not been consistent in the past. This is the reason we would suggest you take this report with a pinch of salt for the time being.