Last Updated on July 10, 2021 by Sara Taylor
Flip through Apple Discussion Forum, and you will know every iPhone 4 user is craving for Siri, which is Apple’s personal voice assistant technology taking the world over by storm. Take this page for instance, that has spanned for 14-pages and counting replies about Siri and its integration on iPhone 4.
Now we know Siri is exclusive to iPhone 4S. But this presents us with the question: Can Apple really push Siri on iPhone 4, iPad and iPod Touch 4G?
When the developer version of iOS 5.1 beta was released a few days ago, it sparked interest among developers, and that is when Cult of Mac discovered there was a hidden dictation’s details in the developer iOS firmware. This details were previously reserved exclusively for Siri in iPhone 4S.
This means whenever iOS 5.1 is released, and whenever A4 owners will update their device to this firmware, they might be in for a surprise. That said, this information alone cannot confirm the veracity of Siri coming in the next firmware; however, Cody from iDownloadblog looked at the About Dictation and Privacy section, and believes Apple is opening up Siri for other iOS devices very soon.
What do you think? Is Apple playing fair by holding back Siri for other iOS devices? Probably holding back Siri has escalated the sales of iPhone 4S.