As you ask the Siri a query that is very much long, Siri might be prompt you to ask the query again with fewer words.It seems to be that Apple has silently updated this beautiful assistant with a new, unique approach toward lengthy questions.
In a quiet server-side update, Apple has given Siri the ability to respond to requests with quotes, notably to suggest that the user is being too long-winded. When asking the assistant a question â presumably one that Appleâs servers find too long or difficult to parse â Siri responds with William Strunk and Thomas Jefferson quotes alluding to brevity. Notably, the thirty-word Strunk quote itself takes several seconds for Siri to read aloud, and in one case was delivered in the middle of dictation.
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So now try, ask the Siri a query, or give a command lengthier than two sentences. Siri should react with a quote. Here is another new automatic reaction:
âA sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the same reason that a drawing should have no unnecessary lines and a machine no unnecessary parts. (William Strunk, Jr.)â
There is no idea that when precisely the update took place, but we observed a conversation in Appleâs support forums on May 4th. Users on the said forums complaining the problem was avoiding them from giving lengthy queries ti Siri.
So why did Apple make a decision to begin shrinking Siri lenghty queries? No one actually knows. But this little assistant has been having troubles since it first released in 2011. Particularly, it is even now marked as a beta version on the Appleâs website.