Apple’s Siri has interrupted a question about the intricacies of Barack Obama’s Iran policy on Thursday during a White House press briefing.
The iPhone’s personal assistant beeped its question-acknowledgement tone as a journalist asked White House spokesman Josh Earnest if Obama is disappointed at not getting Republican backing for the Iran nuclear agreement.
Siri then butts in, saying “Sorry. I’m not sure what you want me to change.”
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Direct link to video via The Guardian here.
MacDailyNews Take: Expect more of this now that iPhones and Apple Watches respond to “Hey Siri” (or phrases it hears as “Hey Siri”).