iPhone Siri software tells boy, 12, to 'shut up' in Tesco

The Telegraph: A 12-year-old boy was subjected to an obscene tirade by a new iPhone when he tested out its new voice technology in a supermarket, according to reports.

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Pikajew4351d ago

And there is no video. So we dont know if its real or fake

gaffyh4351d ago

Jailbroken device I'm guessing, with some special software to always say that back.

Speed-Racer4351d ago

I'm calling BS on this. Someone clearly tampered with the display unit.

DarkSavior4351d ago

Did any of you idiots even read the story instead of the headline?

SquishyGorilla4351d ago

You can tell Siri to call you by a different name in it's response to your questions and comments made to the system. Quite a simple prank, didn't know it could take a long string of words as the name though!

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Apple will pay $15 to iPhone 4s owners for intentionally slowing down the phones

Apple ultimately decided to resolve these six-year-old court proceedings and agreed to pay $15 to each impacted iPhone 4s holder.

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New "unpatchable" iPhone exploit could allow permanent jailbreaking on millions of devices

The Verge: All devices from the iPhone 4S to the iPhone X are impacted.

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1nsomniac1521d ago

Fair play to them. On the ethical hacker side of things I would use the hack as leverage against Apple to continue to support their equipment. As they just dropped support for their iPad mini2’s etc. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with them, they work perfectly fine but are now blocked from receiving security updates etc. So the consumer is forced to purchase a new product that does the exact same thing.


iPhone 4S owners file suit against Apple, claim iOS 9 made phones unbearably slow

Apple is on the receiving end of a class-action lawsuit from disgruntled iPhone 4s owners. The suit, filed by Chaim Lerman and more than 100 others, alleges Apple's iOS 9 update severely degraded the smartphone's performance both in terms of third-party apps and core functionality.

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