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Siri leaks own forthcoming Japanese support

Siri has leaked her own forthcoming Japanese language support, according to a new report. Citing several “tipsters”, 9to5Mac reports that what asked “What languages do you speak?”, Siri will now say she speaks French, English, Japanese, and German, with Japanese being a new addition to the list. As noted in the report, support for Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Italian, and Spanish was promised for Siri in 2012; recent reports have suggested that Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, and Russian support would be announced soon. Apple has yet to officially announce Siri’s Japanese language support.

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