Apple To Partner With Nuance For Voice Recognition For IPhone 5

Posted: May 9 2011, 11:37pm CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
Apple to Partner with Nuance for Voice Recognition for iPhone 5

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Apple is supposed to enter deep partnership with Nuance Technology for voice recognition.

One of the major new features in iOS 5 could be voice based services. Appl has bought a service called Siri last year. Just like a real assistant, Siri understands what you say, accomplishes tasks for you and adapts to your preferences over time. Siri used Nuance for the voice recognition part and now Apple is according to TechCrunch use Nuance in a big way for the upcoming iOS 5 release.

Nuance's solution for voice recognition is supposed to be running in the new massive Apple Data Center. Apple is likely announcing the Nuance partnership at the WWDC 2011 next month. It will be interesting to see how Apple packages voice recognition into the iPhone. We do not talk much anymore into our smartphones. Maybe this is about to change again with the iPhone 5.

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