Apple Introducing Siri on iPhone 4S

Siri 4S iPhone lets you use your voice to send messages, schedule meetings, make phone calls, and more. Ask Siri to do things just by talking. Siri understands what you mean, mean what you say, and even answer. Siri is so easy to use, you’ll keep finding more and more ways to use it.

It understands what you say:
Talk with Siri, as if it were a person. Say something like, “Tell my wife I’m late.” “Remind me to call the vet.” “Any good burger joints in the corner?” Siri is what you say, find the information you need, then you respond. It’s like having a conversation with your iPhone.

See how Siri works:

It knows what you mean:
Siri includes not only what you say, it is smart enough to know what you think. So when you ask “Any good burger joints around here?” Siri will reply: “I found a number of hamburger restaurants near you.” So you can say “Hmm. Would tacos?” Just remember Siri asked about restaurants, so it will look for Mexican restaurants in the neighborhood. Siri and is proactive, it will ask you questions until it finds what you need.

It helps you do the things you do every day:
Ask Siri to the text of your father remember to call your dentist or get directions and find out what apps to use, and which you speak. He will answer from the network through sources such as Yelp and alpha tungsten. Use of location services, it looks where you live, where you work and where you are. So it gives you information and the best options based on your current location. From the details of your contacts know your friends, family, boss and colleagues. So you can tell Siri things like “Text Ryan I’m on my way” or “Remind me to conclude a dentist when I come to work” or “call a taxi,” and he knows exactly what you want say and what to do.

It has so much to tell you – Other Features:

  1. Set Reminders
  2. Send a Text
  3. Check the Weather
  4. Find Information
  5. Schedule Meetings
  6. Send an email
  7. Find a Contact
  8. Set an Alarm
  9. Get Directions
  10. Track your Stocks
  11. Set the Timers
  12. Ask Siri about Siri

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