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- 09-07-2012, 01:59 PM #14iPhone Beginner
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My wife's been having intermittent problems with her vioce to text and I had a problem only once. I did have something else strange happen today. While I was sending a text my phone completely froze and shut off then rebooted.
We both have the 4s on at&t and neither of us are jailbroken.
Since this is a problem on not just one carrier is it an Apple server issue?
My Wife was always on Verizon and always had a Blackberry with no issues. I finally after about a year was able to convince her to switch to at&t and get the 4s. Now she thinks the phone sucks and thinks at&t sucks. Try telling a woman who knows everything that she is wrong. lol
any input on what the issue is?
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- 09-07-2012, 03:41 PM #17iMore Intermediate
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Neither Siri nor dictation are working for my iPhone 4S (AT&T). It's not jailbroken. I've seen sporadic reports of Siri/dictation not working on Twitter and Apple's message boards. It's likely a server problem. I'm getting nothing for dictation and "uh oh there's a problem" or "I didn't get that" for Siri.
Reseting settings causes the phone to grab a new server token for Siri (and possible dictation as well). That's probably hit or miss depending on whether the phone grabs a token for a good or bad server.
I'm assuming the problems are related to upgrades being done for the release of iOS 6.
It's being reported on TechCrunch now.
Siri, Why Are You Having Trouble Connecting? | TechCrunch
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