Speech recognition is a pretty cool feature and is kind of missing in Safari, Apple’s browser. Both Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge have it in some form. However, it looks like Apple will be rolling out the feature on macOS soon.
Apple has introduced the developer Bata version (11.3) for macOS. One of the highlighted features is speech recognition in Safari. This feature allows websites and even some web apps to listen to spoken words and use the text accordingly.
Safari will get several more features. Apple claims it’s the most secure and fastest desktop browser out there. With Big Sur 11.3, Apple Safari is more personal than ever.
The home page is more customizable as users can use the customization controls to rearrange the sections, including favorite sites, reading list, and Siri suggestions. There will be new new types of extensions that developers can use to create extensions that deliver experiences right on the new tab. Extensions are one area where Chrome has a distinct advantage, but Apple wants to change that with the new features.
Currently this is in the developer’s beta phase, but we can expect the new features to be available soon. Apple introduced the macOS Big Sur 11.2 update yesterday. macOS Big Sur 11.2 improves Bluetooth reliability and addresses the following issues: External displays may show a black screen when connected to a Mac mini (M1, 2020) through an HDMI to DVI converter. Changes to Apple ProRAW photos in the Photos app may not be saved. iCloud Drive can be disabled after disabling the iCloud Drive desktop and document folder option. System settings may not be unlocked if you enter your administrator password. and the globe button may not display the Emoji & Symbols area when pressed.
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