Apple Siri Demo

So yesterday Apple had their event where everyone assumed that they would release the new iPhone 5…. well they only came out with the iPhone 4S, which while many seemed upset and disappointed by this move it really only seemed natural.  When you look at how well the iPhone 3G did it was only logical to ride that wave a little longer and put out the 3GS, which did amazing as well.

After hearing the specs of the iPhone 4S I really want to get one.  It comes with better talk time, better camera, as well as what really got me the A5 processor.  Since owning an iPad2 I have noticed that when using my iPhone 4 it seems slower than I once though, only when compared to the device using an A5.  Another awesome feature is Siri, I have attached a video of the Siri demo which is just amazing.


What are your thoughts? Will you be getting an iPhone 4S or will you be waiting for the iPhone 5?

8 thoughts on “Apple Siri Demo”

  1. hello, im apple. allow me to waste an hour of your time gloating over statistics and how much “better” we are than EVERYONE else… look how many units we have moved and look how much QUICKER we did it than everyone else!!!! arent we the most bestest ever? arent you just super duper impressed??? oh, and btw, we refreshed our phone (but nevermind the fact that we ripped off a bunch of stuff that we are now going to call innovative). now bow down.

      • Agreed that siri looked impressive, although I do question how much is find myself using it in a real world scenario. Cool non the less… But that’s about where it stops for me

        • It might end up being much like facetime, cool at first but after that I cant really seeing myself using it daily.  It will prob open up a whole new world for blind people though.

      • I’m don’t even know where to begin with this reply as your just talking non sense my friend. I will admit that ios is pretty polished and stable, but to compare the android os to blackberry? Well that is just silly. You being as into tech as you are, I’m surprised your not more up to date with what android is capable of and especially what is right around the corner for them… Stay tuned.

        • Heh I didn’t literally mean it looked like the BlackBerry OS… just saying its not as polished as iOS yet.  I have heard / seen what you can do with Android, but it doesn’t come like that out of the box which kind of makes it a day long process to change it around to give it a look that it should already have coming out of the box.

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