LifesGood, 07 Jun 2016and those 3% only do the public use of siri to SHOW OFF only! ahahahahahahahYou're right. Hahahahahaha
two reasons for me would be that
1. it looks and also kinda feels stupid
2. it's no-one's business what i'm up to
however, i also don't talk loudly in public for the latter reason. so that's interesting. people have loud conversations and some even walk around talking into their phone while holding it like a mic with the other person being on speakers for maximum public exposure, but they shy away from asking their phone about the weather forecast?
maybe there's a certain feeling of estrangement talking to a machine itself, giving it properties of a person rather than a tool, when there's actual people around. but since this seems to be considered the future and tech becomes more accessible, especially to the young, i suppose it'll come sort of naturally to following generations.
not sure how i feel about this...
i don't use any kind of voice commands because only really lazy people make a habit of doing it.
and those 3% only do the public use of siri to SHOW OFF only!
Anonymous, 07 Jun 2016But hey apple does not track you or know exactly what you are doing or wheremost big companies nowadays track their users or customers, how do you think they come with new ideas or "innovation"