Apple is interested in saving the user's time and effort. This is not a personal opinion, but this is what we see in Apple's development of its operating systems and the features it offers you. In this article, we will share with you the much improved voice dictation feature With the release of iOS 17How can you convert speech to text on iPhone.
What is the voice dictation feature on the iPhone?
- If you have iOS 16 or iPadOS 16 or later, this will be enough to give your phone voice commands to automatically convert to written text.
- You do not need to speak a specific language to use the voice dictation feature, as this feature supports the keyboard language.
- When you press the microphone, the system will interpret your words, converting them into text.
- Additionally, you will be able to edit or format any words you find incorrect, as well as replace them with other suggestions.
Add appropriate automatic punctuation to the text
One of the things that impressed me personally is the ability to add punctuation marks to your speech, as you will feel that this feature is not just hearing you speaking and writing it down. But the dictation feature understands the context of the conversation, and through that it places the appropriate punctuation marks for this conversation, such as commas or periods, for example, after the end of your words and the beginning of new sentences.
Express your feelings through your speech
As you speak, Voice Dictation can add emoticons through your speech. Meaning that your use of this feature is not limited to writing official texts only, but you can use it to communicate with friends or to write notes, etc. Just every “smiley face”
What phones support voice dictation?
All phones that support the A12 processor Bionic or later can take advantage of this feature. In other words, phones like the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone X MAX, or later.