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Siri has worked amazing for me I really like it. I've had the iPhone since gen 1 this is my favorite design by far.

The camera is a huge improvement this is probably the best camera I've owned.
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Mmm, no I've not. Care to give me the link?

I've not really had any problems with it. It's not perfect but it understands me clearly, responds, and does what I asked. For example, I've said something like: "Siri, please tell me what the weather will be like the day after tomorrow in Paris at 3 PM, thanks" and I saw in text what I had asked and it was accurate and it answered quickly. I then asked about other cities, for example "What about rome?", and it told me what the weather was like in rome at 3 PM the day after tomorrow.
theres only one problem here..

you arent from paris.
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theres only one problem here..

you arent from paris.
How is that a problem? My point is it understands context. I've also said what about "Sweden" and "Australian", and "America", and it provides me with the weather for the originally specified date and time for the capital city.
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Mmm, no I've not. Care to give me the link?

I've not really had any problems with it. It's not perfect but it understands me clearly, responds, and does what I asked. For example, I've said something like: "Siri, please tell me what the weather will be like the day after tomorrow in Paris at 3 PM, thanks" and I saw in text what I had asked and it was accurate and it answered quickly. I then asked about other cities, for example "What about rome?", and it told me what the weather was like in rome at 3 PM the day after tomorrow.

I've been able to add reminders, browse the web. I've not really found it to be inaccurate at all and I'm speaking in a relatively normal voice, not a robotic one.
I posted it for you in your thread already.
http://www.overclock.net/mobile-phon...l#post15314276

There's nothing Siri can do that the GS2 already DOES for months now.
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hey! Iphone users, Congrats on your purchases! I hope you really enjoy and happy with your new toy phone this weekend..
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Originally Posted by httuner View Post
I like my iPhone 4, and would probably upgrade to the iPhone 4S this November when I can get my free Upgrade ! =]

I can't wait to upgrade, Although I am waiting for a jailbreak for iOS5 since I've been dying to give iOS5 a shot, but I'm not willing to update until there is a untether jailbreak for it(I need my damn jailbreak apps haha)
I can barely tell the difference between the 4S and the 4. They both feel quick and responsive. If someone handed me one of each phone I'd have to open and use the camera, or check of Siri existed, to know which was the 4S. Just my opinion having used both, that it's not worth using an upgrade on the 4S if you have the 4, I would save it for the 5.
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Siri is cooler than I thought, then I rethought again and noticed, I didn't care about the weather conversations, I unlock my phone and its already got the weather.

I just can't see how its so great that they made it where you say "How do I get to [location]" when its not hard to say "Navigate to [location]"

People are claiming its "AI" but its not. Its just they programmed it in.

I saw one where the guy said Remind me when I leave work to pick up dinner. It says "Here's your reminder for when you leave work:", and I thought that was pretty good too like it knows when you leave work or something by GPS maybe then I realize all it is doing is knowing what you are saying and putting at at the end of the sentence. I'd imagine if you said "Remind when I stop clubbing these seals to pick up dinner," it would do the same.
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I posted it for you in your thread already.
http://www.overclock.net/mobile-phon...l#post15314276

There's nothing Siri can do that the GS2 already DOES for months now.
Oh that, I only watched a little bit of that when you posted it.

You're actually wrong, there's something pretty big that Siri does that the GS2 can't and that's understand you (contextually). The whole point of Siri, is that it knows what you mean. You don't have to think about what keywords to say, or how to ask it something. You just say what you want and it answers you regardless of how you say it.

You'll notice in the video that the guy uses identical commands for both, which doesn't show Siri's ability to understand what he means.

Siri seems to mistake you saying "Set an alarm for one hour" to mean "Set an alarm for one hour after midday", which is likely a bug which can probably be attributed to Siri being in beta. Just ask it any other way, for example, saying "Set an alarm in one hour", "Set an alarm for an hour after now", "Make an alarm for 3 PM", "Set an alarm for in one hour", or whatnot.

What he said is more what you'd say to start a timer, such as "Start a timer for one hour", "Set a timer for one hour", etc.

The whole point of Siri, again, is that you don't need to use keywords. Say what you want to say and it'll just answer you regardless of how you say it.

Oh, and one bit of misinformation I noticed:

"You have to wait for Siri to respond before you can put in the message", which is untrue. You can simply say, text Craig, call John on Tuesday.
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Siri is cooler than I thought, then I rethought again and noticed, I didn't care about the weather conversations, I unlock my phone and its already got the weather.

I just can't see how its so great that they made it where you say "How do I get to [location]" when its not hard to say "Navigate to [location]"

People are claiming its "AI" but its not. Its just they programmed it in.

I saw one where the guy said Remind me when I leave work to pick up dinner. It says "Here's your reminder for when you leave work:", and I thought that was pretty good too like it knows when you leave work or something by GPS maybe then I realize all it is doing is knowing what you are saying and putting at at the end of the sentence. I'd imagine if you said "Remind when I stop clubbing these seals to pick up dinner," it would do the same.
That's hardly the case, it does actually understand context. You can say to it, "in three hours please remind to me to go and pickup dinner", or "What's the weather like the day after tomorrow at 3 PM in Paris?" and then it'll quickly reply with an answer. Ask again "Well, how about Australia" and it'll reply with an answer for the capital of Australia.

The whole point of Siri, is that it doesn't matter how you ask it. You don't need to memorize keywords, or remember commands. Just ask it what you want.
Edited by steelbom - 10/15/11 at 10:36pm
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Oh that, I only watched a little bit of that when you posted it.

You're actually wrong, there's something pretty big that Siri does that the GS2 can't and that's understand you (contextually). The whole point of Siri, is that it knows what you mean. You don't have to think about what keywords to say, or how to ask it something. You just say what you want and it answers you regardless of how you say it.

You'll notice in the video that the guy uses identical commands for both, which doesn't show Siri's ability to understand what he means.

Siri seems to mistake you saying "Set an alarm for one hour" to mean "Set an alarm for one hour after midday", which is likely a bug which can probably be attributed to Siri being in beta. Just ask it any other way, for example, saying "Set an alarm in one hour", "Set an alarm for an hour after now", "Make an alarm for 3 PM", "Set an alarm for in one hour", or whatnot.

What he said is more what you'd say to start a timer, such as "Start a timer for one hour", "Set a timer for one hour", etc.

The whole point of Siri, again, is that you don't need to use keywords. Say what you want to say and it'll just answer you regardless of how you say it.

Oh, and one bit of misinformation I noticed:

"You have to wait for Siri to respond before you can put in the message", which is untrue. You can simply say, text Craig, call John on Tuesday.

That's hardly the case, it does actually understand context. You can say to it, "in three hours please remind to me to go and pickup dinner", or "What's the weather like the day after tomorrow at 3 PM in Paris?" and then it'll quickly reply with an answer. Ask again "Well, how about Australia" and it'll reply with an answer for the capital of Australia.

The whole point of Siri, is that it doesn't matter how you ask it. You don't need to memorize keywords, or remember commands. Just ask it what you want.
You come up with a lot of excuses for it. Its voice commands, it happens. You are going along the typical Apple fanboy meme of its Apple, its gonna be perfected!

The biggest mistake of that video is that he uses Google Voice commands, even though the Galaxy S2 has its custom version of Vlingo, which does add reminders.

You also are saying there is no keywords. How about is a keyword. I bet if you say "and Australia" it won't work, but it may because they could have it programmed.
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I can't wait for my iPhone 4S. I'm one of the many who has to wait despite pre-ordering because there were so many sold. This is one HECK of a phone!
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