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Old 30th May 2012, 08:01   #1
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Default Jobs Would Have 'Lost His Mind' Over Siri

I think it is pretty funny how, now that Jobs is dead, everyone is an expert on what he would say or do. We get it, Siri is lame, it's not like you need some sort of validation from a dead guy. A new report quotes a former Apple employee as saying that people at the company are "embarrassed by Siri" and late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs would have "lost his mind" over the feature's performance.
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