Apple provides a subtle, but global, welcome to new users of iOS 6.
I just downloaded the OS today and captured a few screens to illustrate below:
The only thing that changes is the language of the “slide to set up” message.
It could be argued that the text is largely meaningless since most people will figure out how to use that slider thingie on their own. But that’s why the iterating languages are a nice fit. The message conveyed here is not just that of “slide to set up” but also that of a global company welcoming its customers from around the world.
Note how the length of the text string changes based on the language — a great example of how you need to build flexibility into your interface to make it truly world ready.
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Hello just wanted tо gіve you a brief heads up and let you know
a feω of the pісtureѕ aren’t loading properly. I’m
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I’ve tried it in two different web browsers and both show the same results.
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