The proposed system would be helpful in noisy environments, as well as situations where the user cannot talk out loud, for example at a meeting. Apple’s solution for the first problem would include noise detection in the handset; when the outside noise is too loud, the phone would automatically convert the speech from the other end into text. And if a user is at a meeting, he or she would be able to type in text, which would be converted to speech and sent to the party on the other end.
Also, in a situation where text messaging is needed but for some reason, the system could be activated on both ends, with both speakers talking into the handset and their words being converted to text and sent to the other party.
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