The Scan Text shortcut, as the name implies, allows you to scan text using the iPhone’s camera. It can also be viewed as a version of the Live Text feature that debuted with iOS 15.
The iOS 15.4 update, which includes new features and improvements that Apple first demonstrated at the WWDC last year when iOS 15 was published, was just released for Apple handset owners. The update includes Face ID with mask, new emojis, a new Siri voice, and other improvements, as well as the ‘Scan Text’ shortcut in Apple Notes.
Apple Watch Series 3 Might Be Discontinued This Year: Here’s Why That Could Happen In the case of the Scan Text shortcut, users can only use it to insert text from the camera into the Note. The feature can be very useful for swiftly taking and editing Notes right from the iPhone.
Live Text is a feature that recognises information from saved photos and the camera. By just accessing the text in the camera frame or any image saved in the gallery, users can write an email, make a phone call, and even look up directions on maps. Users can also convert text from an image to another language using this capability. Apple TV App On Android TV Will Not Let You Rent Or Buy Movies
However, the feature can be used after installing iOS 15.4, which is claimed to be causing battery depletion for some users. Apple released iOS 15.4, as well as iPadOS 15.4, watchOS 8.5, macOS Monterey 12.3, tvOS 15.4, and HomePod Software 15.4, earlier this week. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use the new feature: