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Arabic iPad: Can read but can’t write

Today is the launch of the Apple iPad in the United States. And just like we said before: Arabic language as a keyboard and interface is still missing.

The iPad can display other languages like Arabic correctly.

Supported languages the iPad are: English, French, German, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese and Russian.

We expect Apple to release an iPad update with support for more languages, most likely iPad/iPhone OS 4.0 at WWDC 2010.

Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac.net.

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13 comments

  1. There is an app in the ipad store to activate the Arabic keyboard

  2. Can it read Arabic e-Books when I upload them to iPad?
    Please advice, Thanks!

  3. Hey Khaled.
    I don’t have an iPad right now lol, going to buy it inshallah though!
    I really don’t know! I’m not into these PC stuff to be honest.. I just read them on my MacBook 😀 Sorry.
    BTW Khaled, is there any difference between Kuwait or Saudi iTunes store and the US store?
    Thanks!

  4. Oh.. That sucks! ;-(
    What about my .PDF question? 

    “Posted on June 25, 2010 at 5:11 pmHey Khaled.I really don’t know! I’m not into these PC stuff to be honest.. I just read them on my MacBook Sorry.”
    Thanks a lot buddy!

  5. Got it!
    Thank you sir! XD

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