Apple’s Siri might have gotten off to a somewhat slow and shaky start, but Apple has since been working on its voice assistant software and we can only assume that improvements were made in the background. Well the good news is that if your language was not supported by Siri, perhaps an update in the future could be adding your language to the mix. According to their job listing for Cloud Services Engineering Interns, Apple has asked for interns who might be fluent in languages such as Arabic, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Korean, Norwegian, and Swedish and to help work on making Siri available in the different parts of the world. Of course we’re not sure when this Siri update will be rolling out but we guess it’s still a step towards that direction and probably good news for those who speak either of the languages above and would like to get Siri up and running on their phone in their native tongue.
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