Quote: Originally Posted by Hopalong X
Other than the fact no one but you has a clue to your above post's meaning....
Siri - the voice activated assistant on the iPhone 4S mentioned on the last page of the article
. It helps if people read the whole thing I guess
As for the ads - the advertisements show slick, satisfied customers seamlessly asking their phones useful questions like "Do I have an appointment today?" to which Siri, the voice activated assistant replies instantly and correctly.
Down the bottom of the commercial, in very small print, there is a disclaimer to that states *sequences shortened* for the advertisement.
What this means in the world of "advertising" is that there is no seamless interaction. The *shortened sequence* aspect culls the reality that you have to repeat yourself incessantly to which Siri still does not do the right thing. Ergo, the ad stretched the truth and Siri is bloody useless.
And after seeing the ad, my sister 'had to' upgrade her iPhone 3, despite the fact I pointed out what the *sequence shortened* meant. She was disappointed, I was right - and I could not resist telling her so
Clear now everyone?