Siri has become a staple feature within Apple’s iOS-based devices, and now the digital personal assistant’s creators are working on something else entirely on their own.
Siri might not be available in all vehicles (yet), some older vehicles under the Fiat Chrysler banner are getting some revitalized attention for the digital personal assistant.
Apple’s going all-in with the awareness for Earth Day, now circling back to Liam, the company’s iPhone recycling robot.
Apple has plans, according to unofficial reports, to adopt its own in-house cloud infrastructure and move away from third-party options, but those efforts are apparently being slowed by in-house conflict.
In a long-running patent lawsuit with Dynamic Advances over Siri, Apple will ultimately end up paying a relatively large sum of money.
Siri is no stranger when it comes to being helpful, or at least giving it her best shot. For fans of the series Game of Thrones, her efforts may all be in vein when it comes to one question in particular.
Apple has Fixed the Lockscreen Bug that Allowed Anyone to Bypass Passcode to Access Photos & Contacts
A vulnerability discovered in Siri last night has been patched by Apple through a server-side update. The vulnerability made it possible to access photos and contacts on a locked iPhone running iOS 9.3.1. This was done by asking Siri to do a Twitter search and then when a contact info came up, the virtual assistant would end up giving complete access to Photos and Contact data to anyone.
For many Major League Baseball teams, it’s Opening Day, which means the brand new season is about to get underway. Just in time for the first pitches, Siri‘s baseball knowledge has expanded in a big way.
Ever since Apple launched Siri, other digital personal assistants have cropped up pretty regularly. A newcomer looks to shake things up, though.