So Apple has already confirmed Italian, Chinese, Korean and Spanish as new languages to be supported by Siri in 2012, and the company rolled out Japanese in iOS 5.1 last month. Today Twitter user @kunalkaul123 showed off Siri speaking Hindi, which you can see in the video above. He explained it connects to “my Google API Server,” presumably for the translation, but there is “still lots of work to be done.”
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