Let's get started with a feature we call live text.
Today our photos are full of rich and useful information.
From photos of places we visit to handwritten notes, family recipes, and now live text unlocks this information in a way that's really natural.
It starts with the camera.
Let me show you Let's say I just finished a meeting with the team and I want to capture my notes from the whiteboard.
I can now just point the camera at the whiteboard and an indicator appears here in the lower right.
When I tap it, the text just jumps right out.
I can use my normal text selection gestures, just drag.
Now I can switch over to male and paste those in, and then send this off to Tim.
How cool is that?
And this is great for photos, our library.
Here's a photo of a friend, that here at the top, there's some text now I can just select it like this.
I have the option to use a lookup to find out more about this restaurant and eat.
Even look up its location.
And here's a picture from a friend.
Now you may notice here in the background is a phone number, I can just zoom in and with live text, it's wrecking the link.
I can just tap it and give this place a call, just like that.
Whoops, sorry, I just applying a deep neural network here to a photo of your shop, no actual need for ice cream at this time.
Gotta drop bye.
LiveText works with photos across the entire system, including screenshots, QuickLook, and even photos on the web.
And it understands seven languages including simplified and traditional Chinese, and works across iPhone, iPad and Mac.
You can also look up information on recognize objects and scenes.
Just tap and you can look up information like the breed of a dog, or type of a flower.
And this works for art books, nature, pets and landmarks.