Honest Realist, 27 Oct 2015Siri will still give you info on the music you own and is stored on your device or iCloud. BUT... moreThe thing is it was considerd a general question and not a command to play the song which is technically different.If siri cant distinguish that then theres something wrong.Thats what the problem with being dependent on other services like apple music and itunes.
First iMusic subscription required to search, then a monthly payment will be needed for unlocking your phone's screen more than five times per day.
Siri will still give you info on the music you own and is stored on your device or iCloud. BUT bare in mind that Siri giving you info and playing music you dont have, would OBVIOUSLY require Apple Music, else you would be getting it for free, and there would be no point to Apple music. Logic boards people yours all seem to be faulty.
Apple is very popular but it will be nice to see they will get punished for their practices smacking people with all kind of charges. Lately also jacking up prices on apple care. But when people are stupid to pay... it will continue. On other hand when other makers use Android and have lousy way to do updates on their phones (or other devices) like some phones just now getting Lollipop 5.1 which is more then year old. I believe as long as Apple will have their service and access to instant update they will dominate. So far it looks people choosing Apple even overpriced phones. If you keep buying they will play you.
So...you buy a phone for a "carpload" of money that tells you to give it more money to use it.
Apple makes sense...?
Soon you'll have to pay subscription fees for answers to questions related to each area of expertise separately ;-)
Well that's a good way to destroy a voice assistant's popularity.