November 4, 2011 by staff
siri outage, It seems that Syria is undergoing its first major court today as 4S iPhone users take the web to complain. The attempt to use the service results in a message just type nice robot woman saying. “Sorry, I’m having problems connecting to the network” Therefore, if you are noticing that Syria has not worked, not worry, you’re not alone.
He has not even been a month since the iPhone was released 4S, but people are discovering they can not live without Siri. A quick search on Twitter makes clear. Siri is an active voice “personal assistant” that translates a user’s natural language question into action. Features include the excavation of the dark deeds of Wikipedia and Wolfram Alpha, setting appointments, transcribing messages aloud, and a lot of interesting things. We have a full tour of the features here.
A power outage a few weeks after its release could leave a bad first impression with customers who were willing to trust Apple’s first major change to the cloud. Interruptions of this type are possible because Siri has all things magical voice search on Apple’s rear end, therefore, the need for an Internet connection to use the service – when it is actually working, of course. Apple has yet to release an official statement acknowledging the current downtime Siri, but noted in the announcement of the iPhone 4S Siri was in beta, and therefore may need some stabilization. On the positive side, it almost certainly will not be as severe or long as the fiasco of the last BlackBerry. How many of you are having problems with getting Siri to work on your iPhone 4S? Or is your service working well?
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