iOS 16 dictation: Much improved, but up to Google Pixel standards?

iOS 16 dictation: Much improved, but up to Google Pixel standards?

Apple’s dictation improvements with iOS 16 create a much better voice-to-text experience, with automatic punctuation and emoji support. But how does it compare to Google’s text-to-speech on the Pixel 6?
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CHAPTERS:
0:00 Introduction
0:35 iOS 16 speech-to-text demo
1:27 iOS 16 and Pixel 6 dictation side-by-side
2:38 Comparing the results
4:45 Conclusion

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