IOS 14 may introduce a new translation feature to your iPhone

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If you value your jailbroken iPhone or iPad though, you should immediately turn off the automatic update feature of iOS 13 and then jailbreak your iPhone again. The feature will be an individual option for websites but users will also be able to have these sites translated automatically with Safari figuring out the correct language to use. Analyzing a leaked early build of iOS 14 that they'd purportedly had access to, 9to5Mac claimed that the Neural engine will be utilized to provide a seamless translation and localization experience in Safari, as well as other core Apple apps.

"All the translations would be processed locally with the Neural Engine, so this feature is expected to work even without an internet connection, and it wouldn't send data to Apple". Apparently, one of the upcoming features we could see is called "Clips", which will allow you to run apps without having to install them. Always want to be able to read your tech news in a different language to your iPhone's operating system? There's also the possibility to switch between the original and translated text without reloading the page. (If you decide to try it, make sure you create a software backup.) The jailbreak also can't be executed remotely, making it less effective for malicious hacking purposes.

IOS 14 may introduce a new translation feature to your iPhone
IOS 14 may introduce a new translation feature to your iPhone

"iPadOS 14 might include full support for Apple Pencil input on websites, making it compatible not only to scroll and touch but also to draw and markup with all its capabilities in Safari and other browsers". Apple is hosting its WWDC event later this month where we're likely to get an official word on the compatibility of iOS 14.

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