Apple Support app comes to over 20 new regions, picks up more languages
On Tuesday the Apple Support app for iPhones and iPads became accessible in over 20 more regions, picking up nine new languages along the way.
Apple didn't specify the new regions in release notes for the updated app. The new languages identify some of them though, namely Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Indonesia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, and the Czech Republic.
Critically, another change is that people can now choose their preferred language regardless of which country they're using the app in.
The Apple Support app is intended to troubleshoot common problems through guides, with suggestions based on the devices linked to a person's Apple ID. Should that not be enough, the app provides a way to contact AppleCare via phone or chat.
Apple's support teams are often considered a fundamental part of its brand. The company could expand them with a potential North Carolina campus, pending government handouts.
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