The default Safari browser translation feature allows users to translate web content without using third-party applications or services, such as Chrome’s automatic translation.
Apple also seems to be testing the default translation options for other applications, such as the App Store, which allows users to read reviews in other languages, for example. It is known that Apple’s translation is powered by Neural Engine technology and can work with or without an internet connection.
Apple Pencil might plan full support for implementing Apple Pencil on a website that allows the drawing and marking. This feature is limited to iPadOS 14 because Apple Pencil doesn’t work on the iPhone.
We’ll find out what to expect in iOS 14 on June 22, which is when Apple’s WWDC event begins.