It seems that Siri was designed mainly to cater to the English-speaking public, mainly the U.S. (of course), Canada, United Kingdom and Australia/NZ. Everywhere else, except maybe a few select countries such as Germany, France, China (I'm guessing here, what is your experience with it?) Siri is mostly a JOKE. When I want to listen to music I usually interact with it in English as it will understand the name of the artists and songs. HOWEVER, when I switch it back to my native language I basically can't use it to play music because it won't understand most of the artists and song names, which are English. If I ask for the news in the English version it won't show/tell me the national news but rather give me American or British national news topics and stories. When I want to send a message it also won't get the person's name because most of the people on my contacts list don't have English names and less so would it be able to type a message in my native language of course. It's not even available on my Apple TV 4K even if I set the language to English! And I could go on with this list. So as you see I find myself switching Siri between English and my native language which is far from practical. Thus I am here wondering why Apple advertises so much Siri as a top reason to buy product A or B or C when it's so underdeveloped or even completely unavailable in certain regions and products bought in those regions. Is it that hard to make Siri available in every region (I'm not even talking about remote regions, but the European Union)? To make it understand English names of songs and artists even when it's set in a different language? I don't get it. Just makes me want to throw all my Apple products at Tim Cook's mug.