Keeping in mind that Audio Ducking, the new and fabulous feature that apple introduced with the release of IOS 8.1, is set to on.
I am on a call with my bank on the phone. Everyone knows how friendly the banks are these days and that is exactly why they put you through the IVR system, where you are required to maze through options that best help meet your querry.
This herculean task in most parts of the planet is done by punching a combination of numbers on the keypad. Now, this is exactly where I have a problem.
With the iPhone away from my ear, fully aware that the keypad is in focus and I am on speaker mode, I am trying to punch in the number options. VoiceOVer is as silent as a child. So putting my spidey senses at work, I with my telepathic gifts, punch in the number combinations. So what exactly is the point of adding this extra fabolous setting called Audio Ducking in the new IOS release? I fail to understand. And this stunt was done in a quiet environment, I would imagine the hell I would go through if I was to attempt this in the bus I take to commute to work.