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Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, has recently hit out at the company he helped build by saying that Google’s Android handsets offer more, for him personally, than the Apple iPhone.
The latest kid on the block, Siri, has been subject to some abuse recently. The latest comes in the form of what Siri’s views are on abortion. (I know, this news keeps getting more and more ridiculous by the hour…)
According to analysts, 2012 will bring the arrival of the Apple HDTV, which will mark Apple’s first entry into the TV market.
Siri is the new kid on the block, but it’s already been hacked to pieces by a whole load of developers. One developer has created some pretty cool hacks with Siri, check the video out to see what we’re talking about.
With Siri being completely unique to the iPhone 4S, many were left annoyed that they wouldn’t be able to use the new voice activated personal assistant on their older iDevices. However, mobile developers have cracked the protocols to allow Siri to be used on all sorts of devices such as the iPad 2 or even an Android device!
Online retailer Amazon have recently purchased voice-to-text recognition company Yap, in what looks like an attempt to take on Apple’s latest product, Siri.
Apple has just confirmed that Siri, the hugely popular and world’s most advanced voice activated personal assistant, will not be coming to the iPhone 4 unfortunately.
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There’s been a few issues with Apple’s latest device, the iPhone 4S, recently with reports of severe battery life depletion. This time, the issues are regarding the voice activated personal assistant Siri.
You’ll remember a while ago that we posted about Siri being ported to the iPhone 4, and although it appeared slow and buggy in the video, that was only the first stage of development. Siri has now been fully implemented into both an iPhone 4 and iPod Touch.
Now, we all know that Apple products are expensive, there’s no denying it. Experts are now saying that it only costs £130 to make though, meaning that Apple make a whopping £369 (atleast) on every handset sold!