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>> The iPhone now supports international keyboards with the latest 2.0 software, so you can type out e-mails in different languages. I'm Brian Tong with CNET.com and I'll show you how to do it. Now first let's go into your Settings, select General, now scroll down to find the Keyboard Option and press on that. Then you;ll see a few other options, but we wanna press on international keyboards. Now, once you do that, a list of different languages will show up. So turn on the one or ones that you wanna use. Now once they're set, we'll click on the home button to get out of the settings. Now let's trip into the e-mail application and trade an email, so we can get access to our keyboard. You will now see a globe icon next to the space bar. When you press it, it will switch between the different languages you've turned on and you'll now be able to write your e-mails or text messages with the proper characters, pretty sleek stuff. I'm Brian Tong for CNET.com with your Quick Tip for the day.
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