Ohhhh Siri....how we do love you!!

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Come on, admit it....we all play with Siri. Post some of your favorite Siri answers.

My daughter learned this one and showed me....
 

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The best Siri experience I've had so far was when me and my wife were trying to find a restaurant that was in Atlanta and Siri mistook what we said and gave us directions to another place, and we realized this after we drove to it...we were confused at first but the place looked pretty cool and now, it's one of our favorite spots in the city!
 

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Just remember, she's not always your friend!!
 

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I have not used Siri yet lol. I will have to play around with it one day.


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Well I use her when I'm driving. Use it to text, mostly. Other than that I find her very useful to set alarms and make appointments :)

Very handy little personal assistant :)
 

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I love Siri. Love that I can have her read & reply to texts, call people and give me sports updates. I use her quite a bit. Plus she's hot.
 

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Ok, I found a website. Some of these are pretty good!!
 

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Well, there is good news and bad news.

GOOD: My Motorila Bluetooth paired right up.

BAD: It cannot read/recognize names. When calls are announced, it is by number only.

The 'keyboard looking' thing is the battery meter for my Bluetooth.
 

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Well, there is good news and bad news.

GOOD: My Motorila Bluetooth paired right up.

BAD: It cannot read/recognize names. When calls are announced, it is by number only.

The 'keyboard looking' thing is the battery meter for my Bluetooth.

Thank you, what kind of Bluetooth model is it?


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Lisacj, how did you get your bluetooth paired with Siri and what's that keyboard thing next to the battery meter?


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I use a Jawbone Icon Bluetooth earpiece and it was a cinch to pair with my iPhone 4S. To use it with Siri / voice feature requires no additional settings. I can either press the iPhone's home button like I normally do to access Siri or press the talk button on my Jawbone Icon headset. In either case, Siri recognizes what I want and performs accordingly and I can only *assume* it is the same with other Bluetooth headsets.
 

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I use a Jawbone Icon Bluetooth earpiece and it was a cinch to pair with my iPhone 4S. To use it with Siri / voice feature requires no additional settings. I can either press the iPhone's home button like I normally do to access Siri or press the talk button on my Jawbone Icon headset. In either case, Siri recognizes what I want and performs accordingly and I can only *assume* it is the same with other Bluetooth headsets.

What about the Jawbone Era Bluetooth?


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What about the Jawbone Era Bluetooth?


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What about it? I mean, I've tested the original Jawbone and have owned the Jawbone 2 & the Jawbone Icon. I've never owned or even experimented with the Jawbone Prime or the Jawbone Era Bluetooth earpieces. The performance and voice quality of the first 3 mentioned exceeded my expectations so I have no reason to believe that the remaining 2 wouldn't either. If my Jawbone Icon craps out on me, I will not hesitate to replace it with another Jawbone earpiece. I've also owned various earpieces from Plantronics, Motorola & Jabra (I thinks that's all of them) over the years and although I enjoyed them all, I like the Jawbone earpieces best.
 

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