One of the major selling points of Apple’s new iPhone is Siri, the voice activated digital personal assistant. It can read and write messages for you, play songs at your request, give you directions in the USA and understand not just your words but what you mean as well. But Siri is known on the internet not for its functionality but for its hilarity. To see whether it actually worked and whether the iPhone 4S is a worthy upgrade Henry and I took a trip to the Apple Store. Watch our findings below.
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