A disgruntled iPhone 4S user is suing Apple for its "misleading and deceptive" advertising of Siri. In real life, the plaintiff alleges, Siri will not help you learn to play guitar, find you a restaurant, or make an appointment with nearly the aplomb depicted in Apple's commercials. More often "Siri either did not understand what Plaintiff was asking, or, after a very long wait time, responded with the wrong answer," according to the lawsuit filed yesterday, which names Frank Fazio, "individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated," as the plaintiff.
Siri is "at best, a work-in-progress," the suit concludes. Apple declined to discuss the suit, so the Wall Street Journal asked Siri for comment. "We were talking about you, not me," Siri replied. Apparently, this is something she says a lot.