I've long been a fan of using Siri for basic functions like setting reminders, playing music and sending texts. I've noticed over the span of the last 6 months or so that Siri has gotten progressively "dumber" in terms of understanding what I'm asking it to do. Last week I asked Siri to send a text to "my wife", which I have done dozens of time in the past without issue (I told Siri which person in my contact list was "my wife" and it's always understood what that meant). On this particular occasion it had no idea what I was talking about and told me there was no such person in my contact list. I then restated the request by telling Siri to send the text message to my wife's actual name. Siri was able to figure this command out, but for some unknown reason it also sent the text to a random person from my contact list that doesn't have a name that's even similar to my wife's. I had to send a new text to that guy apologizing for sending him a message that wasn't meant for him. And then yesterday, I asked Siri to play artist "Needtobreathe". I have a couple albums from this band downloaded to my phone music library and Siri has always understood this command without problems. Yesterday, Siri told me that it couldn't find artist "Need To Breathe" (note the insertion of spaces between the words). So instead I asked Siri to play one of their albums by name, and it found the album and displayed the message "Playing Hardlove by Needtobreathe". So why couldn't it find "Needtobreathe" as the artist name when I asked it to? I'm at a point now that I'm only using Siri for creating reminders as it hasn't failed me on that so far. It's really not functional for anything beyond that in my recent experience. Anyone else noticing the Siri seems to have no idea what's being asked of it most of the time?