>All the info was there in the advert if he chose to pay attention.<
I checked their page out and found this is big bold text page centre:
>It understands what you say.
Talk to Siri as you would to a person. Say something like “Tell my wife I’m running late.” “Remind me to call the vet.” “Any good burger joints around here?” Siri does what you say, finds the information you need, then answers you. It’s like you’re having a conversation with your iPhone.<
In tiny light grey text at the bottom of the page:
>Siri is available in Beta only on iPhone 4S and requires Internet access. Siri may not be available in all languages or in all areas, and features may vary by area. Cellular data charges may apply.<
Almost like they're trying to hide the fact - so yes, the info is there, but a lie of omission is still a lie. Why not put the 'but' along with the main body of text?
>"May not be available in all regions" - then don't show that advert in that region!!!!<
Oh, and by the way, I just asked (using voice) my Android phone for the nearest McDonalds and it brought up a local map showing about four McDonalds, with SatNav turned on, so I guess, in this instance, Google (also an American based company) wins. Suck it!
(Saying 'the nearest pub' brought up a search page with 'the good pub guide' No 1 on the listing).
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