Apple may be working on Siri for older devices
Of course, this could just be a bug that those users are seeing this disclaimer. It would seem odd that iPhone 4 and iPad 2 users wouldn't be in the mix, but it could be the real deal. Only time will tell.
source: Cult of Mac
1. kcombs posted on 13 Jan 2012, 20:25 0 0
iPhone 4 and iPad 2 should both have Siri.. just saying
5. ilia1986 posted on 14 Jan 2012, 07:46 3 1
Dude, ANY iOS device should have Siri. Because Apple didn't develop Siri. Apple just bought the company which made Siri in the first place. Also - Siri has no effectve system requirements since all the data gets analyzed on Apple's servers.
2. chrismichael83 posted on 13 Jan 2012, 22:34 1 0
Apple doesn't need to work on support for Siri for iphone4. All you have to do is jailbreak it and look up what udidactivation. They have successfully ported siri onto the iPhone 4 and it works exactly like it does on the 4s.
And they said that it wasn't possible on older models. I love apple products but hate their marketing scheme.
3. rcrider4 posted on 13 Jan 2012, 23:37 1 0
They never said they couldn't put Siri on the iPhone 4, they just said they won't
4. Penny posted on 14 Jan 2012, 00:18 1 1
If Apple does release Siri to older devices now, that would be kind of disgusting to me. I mean it is great for the people that own those older devices, but only solidifies the notion that Apple just held that feature from those older customers to sell more of the new device.
6. andro. posted on 14 Jan 2012, 10:55 1 0
Apple really are making 4s buyers looking stupid,siri will be available on the iphone 4 and the phones will be the exact same despite one being a so called 'new' model
8. frydaexiii posted on 15 Jan 2012, 01:16 1 1
"making 4s buyers looking stupid"? Please they already did that by actually buying it...
9. gallitoking posted on 15 Jan 2012, 01:53 1 2
They will share the feeling of every HTC cellphone owner and the few buyers of the Droid X2... and alomost forgat... the Droid 4... lol..
7. nick7237 posted on 14 Jan 2012, 13:54 0 0
They're probably just going to add the dictation feature in the system wide keyboard like on the 4S since Siri and the system wide keyboard dictation are separate features.