The purpose of the tiny hole next to the camera on an iPhone has been revealed, and we can’t believe we didn’t work … – OK! Magazine


The use of that tiny hole on the iPhone has been revealed

For example – did you know you can ask Siri if there are any planes above you and it’ll tell you?

Well, no, neither did we.

The iPhone is such an impressive piece of technology that we’re not going to even try and pretend we know and use all it’s functions on a daily basis.

However, a new revelation has come to light and we can’t believe we never realised it before.

People are shocked they never noticed the feature before

Ever wondered what that tiny hole on the back of your phone – next to the camera – does?

While the question may have been seriously stressing some of you out, others may not have even noticed the feature.

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So what is it’s purpose? Flash? Anti-blur?

Well you may be surprised to learn that the hole is in fact a tiny microphone.

The tiny hole is a microphone which picks up sound when you're recording

Which – if we think about it – makes a lot of sense, as it’s perfect for capturing sound when you’re recording a video.

For those of you who already knew, congratulations as this appears to be news for a lot of iPhone users.

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