Now, when you use Siri it works only in one language you have set in the system preferences before. But when you are used to speak a few languages every day you cannot be satisfied with this current option. I have a new concept that brings a solution for it.
Today Apple has published the new version of Mac OS X 10.7.3. This update brings a lot of new languages: Catalan, Croatian, Greek, Hebrew, Romanian, Slovak, Thai, Ukrainian. It is a good news for all the users from their countries.
According to Appleinsider.com, the new beta build (11D46) of OS X 10.7.3 bring new language support for following languages: Catalan, Croatian, Greek, Hebrew, Romanian, Slovak, Thai, Ukrainian. It is a good news for all the users from their countries.
Until May 31 everyone had a chance to sing the petition for the integration of all European languages into all of Apple's applications. Now I present you with the results of the petition: Where are the signatures from? How many people signed it?
We are very happy to announce following good news: Czech and Hungarian localisations appear in the Developer Preview 2.2 of Mac OS X 10.7. That means the both language will be included in the next Apple's operating system for Macs. How does the Hungary localisation seem?
A number of colleagues and friends in diverse European countries would like to use Apple computers but are hesitant to go ahead because they are unable or unwilling to work in other languages than their own.
Since 1988, there have been many loyal Mac users in Greece and for the past 24 months a new "wave" of users has emerged (either fresh new to computers or transfer users from PC/Windows) which is growing non-stop.