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Steve Jobs Would Have ‘Lost His Mind’ Over Siri, Former Employee Says

wired.com (1 year and 10 months ago)

May 25, 2012

Siri's had a rough ride since its launch with the iPhone 4S in October. And now it looks like Apple employees may also be upset that Siri hasn't yet matured into the digital assistant of our dreams. full story

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