Siri gets a crash course in Universal's 'The Secret Lives of Pets' movie

As a promotion to help advertise the iTunes availability of Universal's  'The Secret Life of Pets,' Siri has been given a crash course so that she can answer particular questions related to the animated film. The movie was released in the states on July 8th of this year and raked in an impressive $873.6 million at the U.S. box office.          

Now that the film is being made available at iTunes, Siri can answer questions such as "What do my pets do when I'm not home?" The response from the voice-activated virtual assistant? "Watch movies on iTunes, probably."

This is the first time that Apple has had Siri programmed to answer questions about a movie being sold on iTunes. To help with the promotion, the tech titan produced an advertising video on the official iTunes Facebook page that shows characters from the movie using the iPhone and iPad. You can check out the clip by clicking on the video at the top of the story.

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source: Facebook via RedmondPie


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