Siri performance class-action lawsuits are just for making a quick buck, argues Apple

Siri performance class-action lawsuits are just for making a quick buck, argues Apple
Those Siri class-action lawsuits that say the software doesn't recognize what they say or what they actually want it to do, compared to the experience in its polished commercials?

Well, Apple's lawyers argue they are brought on by gold diggers looking to make a quick buck out of Apple's cash hoard. Siri is still labeled "beta", after all, so the company can get away with murder regarding its performance. 

These are the exact arguments Apple's lawyers are using to ask for the class-action dismissal, and then add some:

We can't really imagine a judge who wouldn't bite his cheeks from the inside not to laugh when someone claims damages from an ad that doesn't entirely jibe with reality, but the commotion is fun to watch.

source: AppleInsider

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