Prior to the WWDC 2011 keynote, rumours of Nuance integration in iOS 5 were in full force. However, after the WWDC keynote was all said and done, we saw nothing.
That has changed as tonight @chronicwire and @sonnydickson have discovered Nuance dictation details within iOS 5 internal settings. It’s noted both hackers also uncovered high quality YouTube over 3G settings yesterday.
Take a look at the screenshots below:
TechCrunch notes that Robert Scoble has stated his twitter sources also told him Siri integration was complete but not finished in time for the keynote. When iOS 5 launches this Fall, could we see Apple debut long awaited voice integration?
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