When Apple brought Siri to the tech world it was truly appreciated and applauded but Siri had a hard time recognizing the accents of the native people from different countries especially India where iPhone users are increasing several fold every day.But all this is going to change with Apple iOS 8.3 update as the update will support Indian accent for using Siri thus making it easier for people of India. India accounts to a large number of sales of Apple products, where they still need to set up an Apple store. It will also allow users to use the dictation feature to dictate emails or write-ups without the need to fake an American or British accent. As per the report, new options are accessible via the Apple's Siri settings menu on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. iOS 8.3 is expected to release later this year but it will also be open for public testing in March via a public beta. Apple will also launch support for other native languages like Russian, Danish,Dutch and Portuguese. Apple still needs to launch a support for Hindi, which is the native language of the biggest democracy in the world-India. Google on the other hand released a support for Google search last year which supported Hindi for searching on the Internet showcasing the importance of India for the biggest search Engine.