iPhone X Sorcery: Ring Volume Lowered When Users Look at the Device

The TrueDepth camera on the iPhone X enables not only Face ID recognition, but also a series of other gestures that wouldn’t be possible without 3D sensing tech.

One of them is the possibility of lowering the ring volume when looking at the device, which basically gives users the option to control the volume level without even touching the phone.

Basically, this means that if you’re using the iPhone X and someone calls you, the only thing that you need to do to have the volume level automatically reduced is simply to look at the device, obviously if the iPhone X is in your proximity and the TrueDepth camera can detect your eyes.

And the best of all is that Face ID doesn’t even need to be enabled, so everything’s working with minimal configuration on the iPhone X. This feature is part of a larger set of gestures powered by the 3D sensing cameras, and you can enable them from Settings > General > Accessibility > Attention Aware Features.

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