Apple Planning Major Browser Translation Feature in iOS 14
Translating websites as you browse the web is nothing new, as Google Chrome and other browsers have been able to do this for a while already.
But with the release of iOS 14, Apple plans to completely change this concept with a translation feature that comes bundled with Safari.
More specifically, 9to5mac has discovered that iOS 14 would allow Safari translate websites automatically, more like Google Chrome already does. The whole thing is triggered when a page in a different language (other than the ones configured on the device) is loaded, with Safari to prompt users to get the translated version.
As said, Google Chrome users will find this feature rather familiar, as this is exactly how the whole thing currently works in Google’s browser.
But Apple wants Safari’s translation engine to come with state-of-the-art privacy, so the co… (read more)