Since it was formally unveiled at WWDC, much information can now be said about iOS 16. One of the just-revealed secrets of this article is that the expected software, thanks to Apple Translate software, will now support additional languages even though the public beta for our iPhones is only around the horizon.
Apple Translate is one of the software that has been rubbing shoulders with Google. It allows Apple users to translate text, voices, and conversations. Apple’s translator is far from being as sophisticated as Google’s program in this area, but it is still making progress. It will use the release of iOS 16 to welcome additional languages.
The newest version of Apple’s operating system has been in developers’ hands for several weeks. The second beta of iOS 16 was released a few days ago, introducing a ton of new features. However, the Cupertino company said more languages would be included in Apple Translate at WWDC.
The iOS 16 beta supports the following languages as of late: Turkish, Thai, Polish, Indonesian, and Dutch. Only Vietnamese is now missing from Apple Translate’s list of announced languages. It won’t be long before this language is included in the program. Finally, you should know that the macOS and iPadOS operating systems will soon support these additional languages.