Siri

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by BoxerGT2.5, Nov 6, 2011.

  1. BoxerGT2.5 macrumors 68000

    BoxerGT2.5

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    Set aside the fact that the thing is down often. Does anyone else find it doesn't understand you a decent percent of the time? I ask it to read a text, reply, it sets a reminder. How often do you spend time redoing things trying to use Siri, it'd be easier to just type out the damn message yourself instead of waiting to get through all her prompts, to then cancel and do it all over again.
     
  2. Jordan921 macrumors 68040

    Jordan921

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    Hasn't been down for me at all. But I also havent had any issues really with Siri not understanding me.
     
  3. Montanan macrumors member

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    Siri was down for me a good chunk of yesterday ... I suspect Apple severely underestimated the amount of use it was going to get, and needs to beef up some infrastructure fast.

    But when it's working, I find the voice recognition to be amazingly accurate. For me, at least, it's seriously useful!
     
  4. MagnusF macrumors regular

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    Never been down for me, and i have never had to say something again and again. And hell, english isn´t even my first language.

    So im not finding any problems with Siri, i love it.
     
  5. SandboxGeneral Moderator

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    Wirelessly posted (iPhone 4S: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; CPU iPhone OS 5_0 like Mac OS X) AppleWebKit/534.46 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.1 Mobile/9A334 Safari/7534.48.3)

    Siri has worked more times than it hasn't for me and always understands what I'm saying.
     
  6. norneDK macrumors member

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    I had a few issues with Siri today and she told me that "something was wrong". Apart from that I'm also VERY impressed with her voice recognition. Non-native speaker, too.
     

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