Big Apple resident sues Apple for misleading Siri ads

Big Apple resident sues Apple for misleading Siri ads
Now that Apple is one of the richest companies in the world, frivolous lawsuits are more than guaranteed on both sides, and the latest is aimed squarely at Siri.

A New York man is suing the Cupertino gang, claiming that the Siri ads are misleading, and Apple's venerable voice-controlled assistant is not at all what it's cracked up to be in there.

Frank M. Lazio got his iPhone 4S in November, and immediately started realizing that those happy people finding restaurants and learning to play the guitar from the Siri commercials might have been actors and, oh the horror, the whole thing might have been scripted:

The plaintiff filed his class lawsuit against Apple yesterday in Californian court, and now we have the feeling that the "beta" label Cupertino slapped on Siri was a pretty smart thing to do, after all. Read the whole filing embedded below.

source: WSJ


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