Mistakes, Really?

Following the publication of my long blog post about Siri privacy protection this week, I read a follow-up post from John Gruber on Daringfireball. He writes (emphasis is mine): My take on this saga was severely critical, but I am convinced this was a mistake — really, a series of mistakes — on Apple’s part, not an indication that the... Continue Reading →

Siri Taking Shortcuts

Benjamin Mayo is writing a short piece "The Siri Shortcut" thet expose a few problems with the concept of Siri Shortcuts on iOS. Shortcuts require registration and administration to do anything at all with Siri. The user has to pre-emptively search out every command available in a certain app and then add each in turn... Continue Reading →

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