In addition to Wireless CarPlay, more diverse Emojis, and improved logging in for Google services, iOS 8.3 adds a major new feature: several new languages for Siri. Over three years following the initial Siri beta in 2011, iOS 8.3 adds support for the following languages in Siri: Russian, Danish, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, and English for India…

Some of these languages were forecasted for a future version of Siri by way of multiple Apple job listings posted over the past couple of years. The new options are accessible via the Siri settings panel on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 8.3 is scheduled for release later this year and a Public Beta will be released in mid-March, according to sources. Apple is also developing iOS 8.2 for release in March, iOS 8.4 with the new music streaming service for the summer, and iOS 9 for the fall.

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