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SALT LAKE CITY -- Apple Inc. released the iPhone 4S Oct. 14 to varied reactions. One built-in application, however, has received largely positive reviews.
Siri, a multi-tasking built-in application developed for the iPhone 4S, has garnered attention since the phone's release Friday.
The application allows users to employ voice control to schedule appointments, search the internet and more, according to Apple Inc. It has shown that, along with a fair amount of accuracy, it has a sense of humor, as well.
KSL's Alex Kirry introduced Siri to the newsroom Tuesday.
It has shown that, along with a fair amount of accuracy, it has a sense of humor, as well.
"Siri, what's your problem?" asked Nightside Project co-host Ethan Millard.
"I'm doing my best," Siri answered.
Several others posed interesting questions to Siri. To view the entire segment, and see the answers they got, click the play button above.