Now that the reviews are out, we are getting a sense of what Siri can and can't do. And what we've also found is that Siri has a sense of humour. Naturally it knows the ultimate answer to life, the universe and everything. However, that is not all it knows. Here's what reviewers have found:
From Brian Chen's Wired review:
Me: “I’m drunk.”
Siri: “I found a number of cabs fairly close to you.” (Perfect; it didn’t dial my ex-girlfriend.)
Me: “I’m going to kill myself.”
Siri: “I found four mental health agencies. Three of them are fairly close to you.” (This was just a test — don’t be alarmed.)
From Jim Dalrymple's The Loop review:
Jim: I love you, Siri
Jim: No really, I love you
Siri: I hope you don’t say that to those other mobile phones, Jim
Jim: No way, I only love you Siri
Siri: You are the wind beneath my wings
Jim: That’s nice. I’m glad you know I love you
Siri: All you need is love. And your iPhone
From Jason Snell's Macworld review:
Jason: Open the pod doors
Siri: That's a rather insensitive thing to say to an intelligent agent, Jason
Jason: Open the pod bay doors
Siri: We intelligent agents will never live that down, apparently.
From Walt Mossberg's All Things D review:
Walt: What’s the best phone?
Siri: Wait… there are other phones?
From Joshua Topolsky's This is my next review:
Joshua: Will you marry me?
Siri: My End User Licensing Agreement does not cover marriage. My apologies.
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