If you are a Siri user with some accent you probably know how painful it is to make Siri understand you, so for that Apple had come up with a solution which allowed you to edit the question you asked, but the problem with this solution was that you could edit the question only once. This is not good enough because every time she does not understand we have to go through the whole process again. So a new tweak called SiriCorrectInfinity was developed, this tweak allows you to edit the question you asked Siri infinite number of times.
The easiest way to activate Siri on your iPhone is to hold down the home button for two seconds. But what if your Home Button doesn’t work properly anymore, or you simply want to activate Siri with a single Tap? Then SiriLaunch is a tweak for you.
SiriLaunch adds a Siri Logo to the bottom of your Notification Center. The position of the logo is adjustable in the settings. So all you need to do to activate Siri is swiping down to get to the Notification Center and tap the Siri icon.
If you want Siri on your iPhone 4, iPod Touch or iPad you have to use Spire and a SiriProxy with ValidationData from an iPhone 4S. You can either set the SiriProxy server up yourself and feed it with your own iPhone 4S keys, or you can use one of the SiriProxies from our SiriProxy Server List. There are many paid servers, but there are also free ones. The most popular being “The Three Little Pigs Server“.
But there is one big problem with these SiriProxies: The ValidationData, which has to be grabbed from an iPhone 4S, only lasts 24 hours. This means that the keys on the server have to be renewed every 24 hours. This is very annoying, especially for the free SiriProxy Servers, because there have to be people who donate their keys every day. Continue reading →
We all know that Siri is available exclusively on the iPhone 4S. There were a lot of speculations why Apple didn’t release it for the iPhone 4 as well, because as we can see with Spire, it works perfectly fine. CNET now reported that the A5 processor used in the iPhone 4S contains a special noise-reduction circuitry:
A few months back we learned how to make Siri conversations on the internet which you could save and upload. But the sad part was that Siri was not able to speak out those conversations. And if someone asked “Hey the picture you uploaded was awesome! Can I do that with Siri as well?” you would have had to tell them that it’s not a real Siri screenshot. Until now.
Santa has a new assistant to help him deliver gifts to the children: Siri. When Santa asks how his day looks like, Siri reports he has 3.7 billion appointments. Siri also tells Santa to go “Go easy on the cookies”. Continue reading →