In general, Siri doesn't have it that way. When I asked Apple's artificial intelligence about HomePod first question, namely when Second World War started, it replies convincingly:
"World War II began on September 2, 1945."
Um, not quite. Well, it's been a long time, let's try a more recent question.
"Hey Siri, who is Chancellor?"
"AlsBundeskanzlerin is called a German head of government and EineLeiterin of Swiss Federal Chancellery."
Correct answer, but not what I want to know. I try to be more specific:
"Hey Siri, who is Angela Merkel?"
"AngelaDoroa Merkel is a German politician and since 22 November 2005 acting Chancellor of Federal Republic of Germany. Should I continue with this? "
"No, thank you."The beautiful, true, creative
The HomePod sounded so easy. Just say "Hey Siri" and you're going to dive into anor world. So it looks at least in commercial of Apple: A woman lover home, she seems tired, stretched. "Hey Siri," she says, "Play me something I like."
"Okay," it sounds back from a speaker, melody to til it's over by Anderson. Paak sounds. Suddenly DieFrau can prolong table with a mere arm movement, can Wändeumbiegen and enlarge room, can dance with your reflection.
The HomePod as beautiful, true, creative. Just a bit of sound, just a bit of music, already alleAlltagsprobleme are forgotten. Only unfortunately I have a few more claims to a smart speaker than a nice sound.
For six years Applenach has developed its own statement on smart loudspeaker fiddled about, six years hardware, designed design, programmed software. Apple has built a total of seven tweeters and a self gebautenBass in its latest product. Come out is a 17 centimeter small loudspeaker, which with its design reminds of Einekompakte pillow roll with a fine mesh net. In apple-typical shades of white and grey, 2.5 kilogram of heavy HomePod looks more like a fashionable accessory than a technischesGerät. Now smart loudspeaker is also available in Germany, it costs 349 euro.Date Of Update: 21 June 2018, 12:02