Cook acknowledges Siri flaws
0. phoneArena posted on 29 May 2012, 22:30
As Tim Cook’s interview continues, Walt Mossberg of AllThingsD asked Cook a hard question about one of the most talked about and debated features of the iPhone 4S – Siri. Murph pointed out that when it works, it works really well, but bluntly said...
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4. metoyou posted on 29 May 2012, 23:01 4
I like this man better than...the "holding it wrong" man. he probably telling Apple followers that "you're saying it wrong"
8. Bluesky02 posted on 29 May 2012, 23:32 2
Cook acknowledge an issue. This is rare from Apple. This guy is different
10. jove39 posted on 30 May 2012, 00:44 1
Thats fine...Mr. Cook...all software have defects...what matters...how quickly we fix them.
11. cepcamba posted on 30 May 2012, 01:06 1
Does doubling down have anything to do with KFC???
17. gwuhua1984 posted on 30 May 2012, 02:09 0
This is where Tim Cook gains my respect. Instead of telling customers that they're using it the wrong way, he actually acknowledges flaws.
22. sithman (banned) posted on 30 May 2012, 10:44 0
Working great, and working perfect r two different things. Siri also works great, it's jus not perfect and neither is iris. I have it on my gs2 skyrocket.
24. OpTiMuS_BlAcK posted on 30 May 2012, 11:06 0
I'm just stating that Siri doesn't make the iPhone unique anymore.
28. darkkjedii posted on 30 May 2012, 21:03 1
That's true, but no devices r unique nowadays. They all copy each other n some way.
20. nnaatthhaannx2 posted on 30 May 2012, 07:51 0
"Siri is one of the most popular features of iPhone 4S,”
umm... no, just about every one that I know that has an iPhone 4S said that it was sweet for the first month or so, then they noticed that talking to a phone is not only ridiculous, but not useful in any way.
23. sithman (banned) posted on 30 May 2012, 10:45 0
Apple has sold almost 50 million 4S's how many of those people do u know?
25. nnaatthhaannx2 posted on 30 May 2012, 11:46 0
Probably 49 million of them..
.... give or take 48.9 million....
26. Stuntman posted on 30 May 2012, 13:23 0
I find this to be the general case for many voice apps. There are some uses for voice reco apps. Translators and dictionaries are some. I think it is useful to be able to speak a word and find out its spelling or translation. There are a few other uses I have found. For other things that I can do by typing, talking to my phone feels rediculous and ostentatious.
27. nnaatthhaannx2 posted on 30 May 2012, 19:37 0
Yes, translations are nice with voice reco apps, but often times, if you can't speak the language, you don't pronouce words correctly, resulting in it not understanding you.
text -> speech is more useful.
30. quakan posted on 31 May 2012, 01:24 0
I find it most useful when I'm in the car and need to be hands free, other than that it's just ok.
29. jcoberg10 posted on 30 May 2012, 22:22 0
Is it just me or are we confusing the quotes whoever Murph is bluntly said, “but, a lot of time, it doesn’t actually work, and that’s not how most folks think about Apple products. It’s a beta. What’s going on with that?” not Tim cook