While Apple had the foresight to acquire Siri and make it a marquee feature of the iPhone — in 2011! — before their competitors knew what was happening, Apple has treated Siri like, well, an Apple product. That is, iterate secretly behind the scenes and focus on new, big functionality only when they deem it ready to ship, usually timed with a new version of iOS. That’s great, but I’m not sure it’s the right way forward for this new computing paradigm — things are changing far too quickly.
The Voice
M.G. Siegler

The last upgrade in particular has been hit and miss.

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