I have absolutely hated Siri until now because it has been worse than useless. I mean really, it's a bind to use, it's been so bad that really not having it at all would have been better. How is anyone finding the advertised improvements in iOS6? I have just been having a fiddle and am not at all impressed. It still mishears simple words from my not especially hard to understand accent. It just cannot get Lisa for example. I try it to see how it links in with directions on Maps. It tells me that there is no address for Lisa (plus family name) despite the card being displayed on the screen and asks if I want to add it. I do but it doesn't save and asks me again next time. I try the sports stuff. I ask "What is the next fixture for Glasgow Rangers (my team)?" I get a fixture today for an American sports team called the Rangers (not sure who they are, sorry) I try Glasgow Celtic and I get what i assume is the Boston Celtics fixture instead. It works with Liverpool, correctly telling me their next game. It has no clue what Internazionale is. It gives me Barcelona's weekend score, I ask about the Champions League fixtures from tonight and last night and it doesn't know what the Champions League is. Restaurants locally kind of come up though Yelp doesn't look too useful here. My main bone of contention is that despite it being able to do new things to varying degrees of success, the core technology behind Siri still seems to be pretty poor.