04 Nov UK iPhone to have International language support.
Category: iPhone, News

Via T3:


First off, there’s support for dozens of languages, so if you happen to be a fluent Cantonese speaker, the phone has all the relevant character sets so you can display your language properly.

There’s full support for French and German, with special keyboard lay-outs on the ready to tackle accented characters – perfectly understandable, of course, what with the phone heading for launch across the channel this month too.

This is very good news for people like me, who crave the iPod Touch’s “languages” button to switch autocompletion dictionaries to Dutch, German, or whatever you may need. I hope we’ll see a hack for this firmware soon.

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  1. Thanks for the info .. but is there any confirmation on ( Arabic Support ) on this new iPhone ?
    Thank you :)

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