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Google lens-like live text Feature now available in Apple, two years after Google launched it

According to Apple, Live text works on intelligence in which the user can take action whenever he/she sees a photo. For example, if something significant is written on the whiteboard and you want to copy that whole written thing on your phone and for doing that you don’t have time to sit and write. You can easily copy the entire text by simply pointing the camera towards the written text and it’s done.

Apple said in the blog, “With the power of the Apple Neural Engine, the Camera app can also quickly recognize and copy the text at the moment, such as the Wi-Fi password displayed at a local coffee shop. With Visual Look Up, users can learn more about popular art and landmarks around the world, plants, and flowers found in nature, breeds of pets, and even find books,” Spotlight can also find texts and handwriting in pictures using the Live Text feature.

Using the Live Text function, Spotlight can now discover words and handwriting in photos.

This tool is very much useful, especially for students. It’s easy to copy whenever and wherever you want when you are feeling lazy to point it down. 

Similarly, officers can take advantage of the functionality.

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