Everyone knows that Siri can do a lot of stuff for you. It’s one of the finest smart assistants (no, let’s not start the comparisons with Google Now, now). And credit where credit’s due: Apple’s Siri is probably the first truly successful commercial smart assistant. One good
A story picked up from ACBCases ran on BusinessInsider calling for a serious security flaw in iOS 7 that allowed anyone to bypass the Passcode, using Siri to make calls, update Facebook/Twitter statuses and even send messages. Although this doesn’t look like a universally-working security flaw, you
Siri not only got a makeover in iOS 7 but also a feature-upgrade that’s worthy of a good personal assistant. Earlier last week, Siri finally came out of beta but as far as usage goes, it has been working fine for all users (on iPhone 4s, 5
Of the many under-the-hood features that Apple decided not to show off at WWDC, Siri’s ability to capture varied pronunciations of words that it finds hard to pronounce is nothing short of spectacular. Siri does pronounce most things correctly but proper nouns are given the boot occasionally.
So after the jailbreak, one of the coolest things that you can do is install Siri on your iPhone (4, 3GS). We’ve been playing around with a lot of Siri ports but unfortunately, it took us this long to actually figure out a genuine, working solution that
[Update: 16-Feb-2013] This method doesn’t work anymore. Here is the latest tutorial on how to install Siri on iPhone 4/3GS (iOS 6.1 Compatible) Siri has been one of the most fantastic things on iPhones and iPads. Technically, Apple lets only iPhone 4S and iPad 3rd-gen to have