Live Text lets you copy or share text from images in the Photos app, Safari, and Camera. This handy feature is built into iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and macOS Monterey. But at times, it can cause annoyances while saving images from the web or taking a picture of an object with text. If you don't like this, here are the steps to completely turn off Live Text on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
Apple introduced Live Text in iOS 15, and while it works best on the iPhone, you can also use it on macOS 12 Monterey. Live text allows you to extract text from photos and can translate text using the camera on the iPhone or iPad. It's similar to Google Lens, but is a system-wide feature on iOS 15, and iPadOS 15. It can recognize text from signboards, menus, books, and more. If you're an Apple user, you might end up using Live Text a lot more than you think as it can be quite useful.
Live Text is a new feature introduced in iOS 15, and is similar to Google Lens. You can use this feature to recognize and extract text from photos, using the camera, within apps, and more. Unlike Google Lens, which requires you to use the Google Search app, Apple's Live Text is available anywhere across iOS and iPadOS. It may not be as accurate as the competition from Google, but works great and is available in an instant.