Siri serves saucy answers when asked about Apple’s upcoming event
Siri is being shady again.
Apple sent out media invites this morning for an event on Sept. 9 in San Francisco, reading “Hey Siri, give us a hint.” Who knows what the secretive company will unveil (a new iPhone? an Apple TV that actually works?), but don’t fall into Apple’s trap of asking the personal assistant that question.
As evidenced on Twitter, Apple programmed some cheeky answers into Siri like they were expecting a barrage of people asking the same thing!
Here’s what Siri says:
What Siri told me when I asked for a hint. pic.twitter.com/bzTrcjb5nS
— Mary Catherine (@mcwellons) August 27, 2015
@mcwellons I got a “what what” pic.twitter.com/FgGT5xV1Vf
— Ina Fried (@inafried) August 27, 2015
Have You Tried Asking Siri To Give You A Hint? https://t.co/VVjE4qqkfG by @romaindillet pic.twitter.com/eA42LF6P0Y
— TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) August 27, 2015
Oh Siri, you tease.
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