On Apple’s next iOS14, there is a possibility that the translation function will be built into the Safari web browser, the US IT media Nine to Five Mac reported on the 2nd (local time).

Reportedly, Nine to Five Macs found that in the initial release of iOS14 that leaked, it was possible to translate web pages on their own without third-party apps or services using the translator built into Safari.

The translation function uses the Neural Engine, so it is expected to work without an internet connection. Each website is offered as a separate option and automatic translations are also available. Safari detects the language in which to translate content correctly, and supports switching between the original and translated text without reloading the page.

Meanwhile, on iPad OS 14, the situation that the website will fully support Apple Pencil was also caught. The media said, “It may be possible to use all functions such as drawing and markup as well as scrolling and touching in Safari or other web browsers.”