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Just a couple of side notes....1. I did in fact in a couple of earlier messages say that I used the exact method you are describing2. My issue with Siri first happened about a week or two before this article was published. I was actually the first one to respond to this article because I had been so frustrated by this happening to me.3. Thank you for at least admitting that something could have been wrong with Siri and that I'm not an idiot who can't figure out how to say...
1. You are right, I shouldn't have resorted to name calling and I apologize.  In a way though my first statement was correct.  While I have experienced problems with Siri misunderstanding me or not connecting in the past, I was never before completely unable to send the message that I wanted to send because Siri happened to think it was too long.   2. The reason I was frustrated and resorted to name calling was because I don't like people trying to explain to me that...
Update: I just attempted to use Siri to send a long message to my wife and it worked fine. Once again, it appears that Apple has corrected what was obviously a mistake but that doesn't mean the issue never happened.
Way to take one line and blow it completely out of context and ignore the main issue of the post. Well done. Obviously I have had issues where Siri has misunderstood something I said or cut me off in the middle if talking but I've never had an issue before where I was completely unable to get her to send a message I was attempting to send because she thought it was too long. And in fact they are not unrelated because I got the same smart assed responses that the article...
I think you are assuming that he is wrong and you don't have all the facts. Maybe Siri was giving this message in error on texts and that has been fixed but I received it myself several times on texts. So for you to assume he is wrong just because the issue may now be fixed is ridiculous. I tried every way possible to send texts and received this message many times. I did in fact try the method of send message to... Then wait for Siri to ask what I wanted to say and I...
What are you talking about....just checked market valuation and Apple is still approximately $100 Billion larger...nice try though
Yes I've tried it and yes she does it on messages. First time was when I was sending a message to my sisters about my dad having cancer surgery so it was aggravating to say the least. I tried it the way I always do. Also tried to add the send message to (blank) SAY... Like I used to have to do in iOS 5. Also tried to do send message to... And wait for Siri to ask what I wanted to say... Got a smart assed reply from her each time. It's also happened a few other times recently.
This is very irritating to me because she does this when I am trying to send messages to people.  The messages are sometimes long, but I need to say what I am saying.  I use Siri a lot while I am driving and this new little quirk pisses me off.
No. I'd say its a feature that is put on the phone just for the sake of having another feature on the spec sheet but doesn't add any real value to the customer. Such as waving your hand over a screen to scroll through pictures or pausing a video if you look away from the screen. I hear in many reviews that doesn't work well and even if it did it sounds annoying to me. I don't necessarily want a video to pause just because I look away. I can still listen. If I want it...
I think the reason the 3G had more problems than the 4 is because there was a much bigger difference in the capabilites of the 3G to the 4 than from the 4 onward.  The power and capabilities advanced at a far faster rate in the early generations of the iPhone and other smartphones.  I think they've leveled off somewhat now.  I like the bigger screen  on the iPhone 5 but the real reason I upgraded was for the LTE.  Other than that I would have been perfectly happy with my...
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