Ukrainian localization first appeared on iPhone smartphones in 2010 with the release of iOS 4, that is, almost 13 years ago. However, until now, Apple’s operating system lacked a Ukrainian dictionary that would allow predictive text input on the keyboard. The company is finally going to fix this problem in the iOS 16.4 update, the first beta version of which has already become available to testers.

Predictive text input in Ukrainian will finally appear in the iOS 16.4 keyboard

In addition to Ukrainian language support for predictive text input, in iOS 16.4 developers focused on bug fixes and optimization. New features of the update include Unicode 15 emoji support, as well as the ability for sites to send push notifications through Safari.