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i cant seem to find a way or an option to change the language settings on the iphone. Dont tell me that Steve decided to have the iphone set to...
09-12-2007, 05:35 AM #1WTF is up with that?
i cant seem to find a way or an option to change the language settings on the iphone. Dont tell me that Steve decided to have the iphone set to english and didnt think of all the other people that would preffer to have theyre phone in theyre native language. Now is there a way to change the settings or am i right about Steve?ROBERT
09-12-2007, 07:31 AM #2
At this time the only laguage Iphone supports is English. There is a mod for Japanese characters i believe though
09-12-2007, 09:17 PM #3
once the phone is released in other parts of the world, i'm sure you'll see more languages supported. as of now, it's only been released in the U.S....which is an English speaking country."Beware the voice without a face."
10-15-2007, 05:41 PM #4
10-15-2007, 05:54 PM #5
10-15-2007, 05:58 PM #6
Dont remember HAVING to speak Spanish when I lived in Florida.....dont remember HAVING to speak English....
This is way off topic....there is no official language in the US, but a majority speak English for now.
The iPhone only supports the language in the US that is most profound.
10-15-2007, 06:05 PM #7
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10-15-2007, 06:16 PM #8
ia m sure more languages will come when IPHONE are all over the world
10-15-2007, 06:32 PM #9
He never said:
"THE US IS AN ENGLISH ONLY speaking country."
As wikipedia shows for the USA:
"National language: English (de facto)"
And de facto is: a Latin expression that means "in fact" or "in practice" but not spelled out by law.
And I'm pretty sure he didn't say,
"It is the law to speak english in the USA"
Have I made my point clear?
P.S. Found this too:
"In the United States, twenty-five U.S. States have declared English an official language, with Hawaii using Hawaiian and English as official languages. However, two states also have de facto languages: Spanish in New Mexico and French in Louisiana."