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Apple Support app updated to version 2.3 including support for more countries

Apple has recently pushed out an update to its Apple Support app, bringing it to version 2.3. The Apple Support app is the main hub for receiving support directly from an iOS device.

What’s New?

Apple has added support for over 20 new countries and regions. Meaning that the app is now expanding across the globe after starting off as a United States exclusive app only. This will be a handy tool for those who haven’t been able to access the Apple Support app before.

Regardless of you’re location, you can now receive support in your preferred language which will be useful for those who’d rather get support in another language than English.

Apple has also added support in; Czech, Danish, Finnish, Hungarian, Indonesian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese and Russian.

Alongside, every app update pushed out by Apple, version 2.3 includes bug fixes and performance improvements. So you don’t need to receive support for the Apple Support app which would be ironic.

Apart from the changes listed above, there’s nothing that we’ve discovered that’s changed or is new. You can see the full change-log below:

Change-log:

  • Added support for over 20 new countries and regions.
  • Find solutions in your preferred language, regardless of location.
  • Support now available in Czech, Danish, Finnish, Hungarian, Indonesian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese and Russian.
  • Performance improvements and bug fixes.

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Kain Monty is Appleosophy’s Executive Editor. He manages a team of highly-skilled writers and their day-to-day operations. Kain has assisted Appleosophy with many other projects.

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