Dear Apple, please fix Siri

Donar

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Jul 12, 2008
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Germany
I would like an improved Mesh/Platform Siri:

Nowadays we have one Siri on mobile devices, one on HomePod, one on the AppleTV and one on the Mac, and they all have different abilitys. I want one Siri that has all of the abilitys.

If i start a podcast on my phone and then pause and want to pick up from there later on from my HomePod, Siri on my HomePod does not know which show i listened to and how far i got on the episode. Sorry, but this is just annoying.

If Siri needs a display for something i ask on the HomePod, stop replying with: „I can‘t do that“ (Siri can do it if asked on the iPhone) Politely ask me if it‘s ok to redirect the answer to the screen of my question to my iPhone/iPad/AppleTV.

Siri can profile/identify my voice on my phone with „Hey Siri“ command. I want Siri to identify me on the HomePod through voice for private messages & music history. Nowadays you can only turn it off / or on for everybody to listen to your text messages or mess up your music listening history with kids songs.

Find & use computing resources on the same network (Anybody still knows xGrid?), if my new iPad has to index/curate new photos why not ask my Mac that is in sleep mode (and has the same photos) to give a hand with this processor intensive task? Probably even give out the work to AppleTV or HomePod (charging iPads/iPhones) if nobody is using it.

More local Siri e.g. Voice recognition on device, Google is capable of it, so please Team
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go for it. Computational tasks on local network (not Apples Servers) if possible (see above). Maybe keep a local copy of e.g. Wikipedia/Quora/whatever in text form if desired on home network (works even when network is down & more privacy).

Ok, what is your take on the matter?
 
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jbachandouris

macrumors 601
Aug 18, 2009
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Upstate NY
Siri on HomePod SUCKS for sure. My son wanted me to buy an echo so he could listen ask Siri to play something not already on his phone. I told him no, but it's ridiculous that they haven't opened it up more.