The first step in adding Arabic strings is creating the new localization with string tables for the interface and for the application name. You do this in much the same way you did German except you select both the
InfoPlist.strings files in the localization pane.
When you have created the new localization, you need to run the app in Arabic. There are two ways to do this. First, you can use the settings app in the simulator as you did when you changed to German. Switching between languages in this way is useful when you want the whole device to behave as if it were in that language. If you want to switch languages in this way, the Arabic language choice looks like “.”
A second option lets you run ...