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iPhone has a new feature - now you can translate text directly through the camera

Every year, Apple adds a few new features that make third-party apps redundant. It's so common that there's a term for it, Sherlock, which dates back to the early 2000s when Apple added a built-in search feature that rendered the Sherlock app useless. And now Apple has done it again. The edition told in more detail Lifehacker.

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In iOS 16, Apple did this with its own Translate app (and by extension, apps like Google Translate). The entire multilingual translation feature is now built into the Live Text option in the Camera app. For this to work, just make sure Show Detected Text is enabled in Settings > Camera. Then everything will be smooth: point your iPhone camera at any text and the function will translate Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

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When the text is recognized, the "Live Text" icon will appear in the lower left corner. Click on it to recognize the text. Once the Camera app detects the language, you'll see a new Translate button in the bottom left corner. Click on it and you will see the translated text in the camera field. Click on any translated text to see more details such as the original text. You can find options to open it in the Translator app, as well as easily copy the translation.

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Speaking of cool things, Apple added unit dialogs to Live Text, among other things: Let's say you come across an ingredient that says weight in grams, but your recipes are measured in ounces. Point your iPhone camera at it, click on the Live Text button, and then click on the device text. You will see instant conversion to multiple international units.

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