iPhone 15: What you need to know
One of the most surprising announcements from Apple’s iPhone 15 launch event was that both the new iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max handsets do not have a mute switch like previous versions, instead borrowing it from the Apple Watch Ultra. It has an action button.
Rumors about a new action button have been flying around for months, but it’s still a big change and departure from the usual iPhone design.
By default, it performs the same function as the mute switch, changing your phone from ringing to silent mode. However, that’s just the beginning. Anyone with an iPhone 15 Pro or iPhone 15 Pro Max can customize this new button and assign it different actions. That way, you can quickly access your camera, flashlight, and more with just a press and hold.
MacRumors also discovered that one of the other actions you can assign to the action button is to open Apple’s Translate app. For those who haven’t used Translator yet, it’s an app that lets you quickly and easily translate audio and text between 11 different languages. You can also download it to your device so it doesn’t require an internet connection.
In other words, by assigning translations to action buttons, you can: You can immediately start translating between two languages without even opening the app. The bad news is that this option probably won’t be available until later this year with an upcoming iOS 17 update.
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We think adding a translation app to your action buttons can be very beneficial, especially if you’re traveling abroad.
But if you don’t like that, or don’t want to wait for the update to roll out, you can choose from a variety of other options that can be added to the (Action) button right away. These include:
Once you’ve added one of these, you’ll need to press and hold the action button to launch it.
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