Wednesday, September 7, 2011

iOS 5 version includes voice recognition almost ready

9to5Mac reported that the next mobile operating system IOS was sent in a version "almost" final some operators brand partners. This is different from versions that developers on the App Store can get now, namely iOS 5 beta 7 . Best of all, it was announced that the service speech recognition company Nuance is (finally) enabled. Apple probably put the final output iOS 5 (or at least the Golden Master version) to make public its new functionality.

According to a source that is testing voice recognition, it works almost exactly the same way as Android (see video below). It has been improved, works quickly and is very accurate.
Everything seems to be good side of Apple, as it is being tested for several weeks now with the engineers of the Apple. In addition, this version includes dedicated video calling Apple FaceTime  via either a Wi-Fi connection but by the operator in 3G. Be careful, it is said that no one could work on 3G FaceTime in the final. It is just stated that it is testing for the moment.


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