I probably should have said "in Canada" (what I know for a fact) instead of "outside of the USA" (a likely assumption given the facts).
I am getting pretty sick and tired of Apple's spotty support for anything outside of the USA though. For most of the time Apple has been in existence, Canada got the products and software at the same time as the USA. Now they are international, some things show up in the UK before they show up here, some don't. Some things don't show up here for years and years after their official release.
It's not like Canada is f*cking Afghanistan or some other mysogynist backwater of a country. It's not like we speak another language or have some extremely cryptic regional dialect like Scotland, Wales and England. We speak better English up here than the UK or the USA in that we pronounce and spell everything the correct way but don't have the wacky unintelligible accents that the Brits enjoy.
In a few months we will get iOS 6 but in Canada, but Siri (an iOS 5 feature), still doesn't work on any iOS devices, and dictation doesn't work or works poorly on all iOS devices and all Macs because there is no Canadian "voice."