No more troubles with Siri on iOS 8

Appleā€™s Siri feature got much popularity but still the day to day issues are making it frustrating for many of the Apple users. Its accuracy has been one of the key issues, but with the new developments of iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the iOS 8 it has improved and is worth trying once more and must be given a chance by installing on the new iOS 8.

The virtual assistant feature of Apple was announced in 2010 and re-released as part of iOS 5, with a voice-controlled natural language interface that uses sequential inference and contextual awareness to help perform personal tasks for iOS users. Though it has achieved good response but with inaccuracy on commands it became useless for many users and also disappointing one, this was what Apple have tried to tackle in its earlier launches.

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For those users who had speech problems it was even impossible to avail the advantages of the Siri as there commands were not understood and they mostly got inaccurate responses. With an improved Siri Apple had tried to tackle this issue and as it comes with the new launches of Apple this month, the users with speech problems are also experiencing the best out of it. Many of the disable persons reported there good time with Siri on different social forums that even says that it can also respond accurately over the unclear commands, which is probably a stunning experience for most.

This is a great improvement indeed and is definitely something you should check and experience with the interesting features to see what has changed.

Apple hasn’t yet put Siri on-board iOS devices, so that even local tasks like setting alarms have to go out to the internet, allowing the network to affect performance. Likewise, Apple has thus far refrained from adding prescience to Siri, which would allow it to provide information before being asked.

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