Just wondering if any of the gurus knows why pressing the little mic button on the keyboard seems to work wonderfully, whereas trying to communicate the same message to Siri doesn't seem to work? I may be completely wrong thanks to what I was told - but apparently Siri uses the "cloud" to interpret what I'm trying to communicate. I'm guessing, when I press the mic button, the phone is using its built-in program? But I've also read on the 'net that they both use the cloud, that pressing the mic on the keyboard invokes Siri? But that just doesn't seem very likely based on my experience. I get that everyone likes to make fun of Siri - but, because the "experience" is so horrible for me, I only toy with it as a gimmick. The only dependable use of Siri I've found is controlling the clock. "Set alarm", "Set timer", "What time is it?" However, I use the microphone when texting pretty regularly and the voice recognition is almost always spot-on. Just seems odd. The main use of "Siri" is when you're otherwise distracted with more important things - like, for instance, driving - and it always seems she's on her worst "behavior" at those times. Maybe Apple might be able to improve the software by asking whether or not to send a "diagnostic report" when you scream profanity at the phone? Anyway, I just don't understand why the keyboard mic is over 90% reliable, whereas Siri - in my experience - is just a horrible gimmick. Are they two separate programs - and, if so - which seems likely to me, why isn't the more reliable program employed first, and then "Siri" might go floating out on her cloud to fix anything the more reliable program can't understand? Also, until Apple scraps Siri and gives us something that works a bit more reliably, can't they just change her name to Vista?