Apple Helps Preserve Cherokee Language By Adding it to iOS
Associated Press reports that Apple has worked with the Cherokee tribe to add their language to iOS and help to preserve it.
"Tribal officials first contacted Apple about getting Cherokee on the iPhone three years ago. It seemed like a long shot, as the devices support only 50 of the thousands of languages worldwide, and none were American Indian tongues. But Apple's reputation for innovation gave the tribe hope", - the report said.
This year support of the language was included into iOS 4.1.
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