Sat. May 21st, 2022

iPhone 4S’s Siri Has Now Started To Abuse

Well, well when the Siri launched back in October, 2011 it was a boom in the technology. A voice assistant which was going to tell you each and every thing, kinda friend. After the release of iPhone 4S in the market which actually had Siri, people started to completely get over it. Thousands of different questions were asked which at last so showed the attitude of Siri.


A supermarket named Tesco in UK, was having the iPhone 4S at the display where a 12 year old boy named Charlie Le Quesne was asking random questions from Siri. One of his question was ” How many people are there in the world ? “, and guess what was the answer ? It was “Shut the f*** up, you ugly t***”.

Kim, his mother already told him that it was in beta stages and it could not answer all of his questions. His mother told

The phone was a demo version and was low enough on the shelf for Charlie to have a go with it. He asked it a simple question and we couldn’t believe the filth it came out with. I thought I must be hearing things. So we asked again and the same four-letter stuff blared out. I asked for the manager and after staff heard it they agreed to unplug it. I couldn’t see the funny side.

After the staff went over the issue, they said that they will be sending the specific set back to the Apple.

We know about Siri’s attitude but abusing, no way !? Where the story has ended, thats actually the start. Was it the proxy server boost, an extra ordinary sense that means an updates Siri version, a hack or what ? Siri is not like that we know and Apple for sure won’t add the abusive language in to Siri rather it could be the proxy server case which has been blowing up and is a strong one. Tesco folks also said that it could be a prank by adding the sentence into the My Info tab in the Siri settings. If its no even a prank nor a proxy case then it should be a new kind of hack or it was being controlled by some one.. Lots of questions will rise and these are some of the quick answers to the quick questions.