Have you ever been in a scenario where the language barrier prevented you from responding? Have you ever visited a place where the language was different? You must therefore have a dictionary with you in order to deal with these situations. But what if I provided you with a more practical method of comprehending a foreign tongue? Therefore, the iPhone’s iOS 15 includes a capability that can translate text. I’ll explain how to use your iPhone’s camera to translate text in this article.
How to translate text on iPhone using the camera
- Start by pointing your camera at the text you wish to translate and opening the Camera app.
- A yellow box will now surround the text in this instance.
- When the Live Text symbol displays in the top right, tap it to capture a picture of the text.
- Now swipe and tap any text you want to translate on the image, or choose Select All to select all of it.
- When finished, select Translate from the pop-up menu.
- The translation of the text you just copied will now appear, along with a few options.
- There, you may either alter the language that the translation has been translated into or copy it to the clipboard.
How to translate text on iPhone from an image
- Select the image you wish to translate by opening the Photos app.
- Tap and hold any text on the image now to bring up the blue editing icons.
- Now you can either touch Select All to select everything or drag the blue symbols over the selection you want to translate.
- To translate the text, press Translate now.
The translation of the text you just copied should now appear, along with several menu options. There, you may either alter the language that the translation has been translated into or copy it to the clipboard.