“Siri upstaged Cortana Monday morning, in a digital assistant battle that’s just starting to heat up,” Mark Hachman writes for PCWorld. “As part of Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple executives showed off macOS Sierra, the next iteration of Apple’s Mac operating system. An integrated Siri wil be one of its star features. “It’s the same Siri on the Mac that we know and love, but now it can do so much more,’ said Craig Federighi, senior vice president of software engineering, in describing the new Siri.”
“What can Siri do that Cortana can’t…or says it can’t?” Hachman writes. “I used Siri [sic Cortana] [How Freudian. – MDN Ed.] on my own Surface Book, challenging Federighi to bring his best stuff. Unfortunately, he did.”
“Federighi came out swinging. ‘Show me the files I worked on last week about the offsite,’ he ordered Siri, who did. Cortana, however, stumbled out of the gate,” Hachman writes. “Unfortunately for Cortana, Federighi then pulled out the big guns: “Just the ones that Ken sent me that I tagged with ‘draft’,” he said. I tried my own version: “Just the ones about AMD,” I commanded. Nope, not a chance… And, as a PC fan, it rankles.”
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We are armed with Macs, iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and Apple TVs and nobody lacking such a lineup can come even remotely close to our day-to-day capabilities. We are more efficient and we can accomplish much more than non-Apple device sufferers because our devices are infinitely more integrated. No other platform or ecosystem can compare.