When Apple released iOS 15 beta with the new Live Text feature, every iPhone user eagerly waited to use Live Text. But after installing the latest and stable update on iPhone, many users came up with how to enable Live Text on iOS 15, even some claims that iOS 15 Live Text is not working on their iPhone.
In this post, we will show how to turn on Live Text on iOS 15 running iPhone. Once the Live Text feature is activated on your iPhone, you will be able to copy text from pictures, and live camera screen. It will also become easy for users to tap on email or numbers from the camera screen to send an email or call someone without entering the detail directly. It will take only a couple of taps of your fingers. Without further ado, let’s find out how to start Live Text on iPhone.
How To Enable Live Text iOS 15 On iPhone
I have seen many users looking for the way to active Live Text on iPhone 8, iPhone 7 and other iOS 15. Unfortunately, the Live Text feature only supports devices with A12 Bionic or later processors. So limited iPhone supports iOS 15’s Live Text feature.
There are two ways to turn on Live Text on iOS 15 for Camera and Images. If you have Live Text compatible device, follow the below steps to enable it for camera and images.
How To Turn On Live Text for Camera on iOS 15
- Open Settings app.
- Next, tap on Camera.
- Turn the toggle on Next to Live Text.
How To Turn On Live Text for Images on iOS 15
- Open Settings app.
- Tap General.
- Next, tap on Language & Region.
- Turn the toggle on next to Live Text.
Once you have enabled Live Text for camera and picture on iOS 15 with the help of the above steps, you will be able to use Live Text on your iPhone without any issue.
When I used Live Text on my iPhone, it worked like a charm. Now I don’t have to write text, email or number from any page or banner. It has become a tap of a finger to scan the object, select the text, copy-paste, or take action. I can say that Apple has done the great job by adding this feature to iPhone. It is the next big thing.
Have you tried Live Text yet on your iPhone? Did you enjoy the feature? Do you think there is still something missing from this feature? Please share your feedback in the comment box.