The latest Apple Watch Series 9 and Ultra 2 have introduced feature called Double Tap, greatly improving one-handed usability. This convenient gesture empowers users to effortlessly answer calls, snap photos, navigate widgets, and execute various functions without fumbling for the Apple Watch screen or Digital Crown. Apple plans to roll out Double Tap with a forthcoming software update scheduled for October.
Voice Control makes it possible to perform various functions on iPhone with just voice commands. Unlocking the iPhone and revealing the Home Screen is one of the functions supported by Voice Control. Once enabled, you can invoke Face ID or enter a passcode to unlock your device just by speaking.
When a blue microphone icon appears in the iPhone status bar, it means that Voice Control is enabled. If your iPhone seems to be permanently in dictation mode, and the blue mic icon shows up in the iOS status bar your device is waiting for Voice Control commands.
Phone Noise Cancellation can be found under Settings -> Accessibility -> Audio/Visual.
There's only one catch, Apple has discontinued this feature on the iPhone 13 and later. If your previous iPhone supported Noise Cancellation during phone calls, the toggle to activate it has been removed.