This is the fourth ad in Apple’s line of popular Siri commercials. This time legendary film director Martin Scorsese does an iPhone commercial showing off Siri. Scorsese is found in his natural environment—on the streets of Manhattan in the back of a cab. » Martin Scorsese Does Siri Commercial In NYC CabGoogle+
Apple has released a revised version of the recently released iOS 5.1.1. This new build is labeled 9B208 and is only available for the GSM iPhone 4. It is not sure why Apple released a new version for the iPhone 4 only, but most likely it fixes a small bug that only occurs on the iPhone 4. The new build is only available for new iOS 5.1.1 iPhone 4 (GSM) installs and will not be available as an update for users currently on the original build.
Apple has just released iOS 5.1.1 (build number 9B206) for iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone. The download is 54.4 MB and includes: Improved reliability of using HDR option for photos taken using the Lock Screen shortcut, Addresses bugs that could prevent the new iPad from switching between 2G and 3G networks, Fixes bugs that affected AirPlay video playback in some circumstances, Improved reliability for syncing Safari bookmarks and Reading List and Fixes an issue where ‘Unable to purchase’ alert could be displayed after successful purchase.Google+
After Japanese Apple has confirmed Italian, Chinese, Korean, and Spanish as new languages to be supported by Siri in 2012. But what about Hindi? Well today we get a look at Siri speaking Hindi through a proxy server via @kunalkaul123. He explained it connects to “my Google API Server,” presumably for the translation, but there is “still lots of work to be done.” Check out a video of Siri speaking Hindi after the break. » Siri Speaks Hindi Via Proxy Server [video]
The software update iOS 5.1 is now available for existing iOS devices. The most interesting features are Japanese language support for Siri, camera enhancements, and the ability to delete photos from users Photo Streams and lets not forget about the battery issues iOS 5 users are experiencing, the iOS 5.1 update takes additional steps to address that issue. » Apple Released iOS 5.1 With Japanese Siri, Camera Enhancements, and More
BlogdoiPhone claims to have somehow obtained a “pre-GM” version of iOS 5.1 and they discovered some interesting new features. In the screenshot above you can find a new camera slide-button on the homescreen. Normally we have to double tap the homebutton to show the camerabutton, now in the upcoming iOS 5.1 the camera button always shows and can be activated using a slide move. » iOS 5.1 pre-GM Contains Camera Slider & Japanese Siri