- Jun 23, 2009
The Siri system addresses the phone's user by name – using information entered in its contact system.
But someone had entered the obscene seven-word phrase as the user's name, so the phone blurted it out when it answered a question.
Tesco said: "We have launched an investigation. The handset will be going back to Apple for diagnostic tests."
And by that, I mean 'poor kid has that woman for a mother.'
If this happened to my kid you'd never read about it in a newspaper because I'd be laughing too hard to call and tell them about it.
I'll love to be in the Apple office that receives the phone with the details of what happened, laughs all round?