With iOS 7, Siri Doesn't Appear to be in Beta Anymore
Apple originally introduced Siri with the launch of the iPhone 4S and iOS 5 in November of 2011. Siri has been in beta since that launch, but as 9to5Mac
notes, that appears to have officially changed with iOS 7, as Apple appears to have edited their Web site to remove the "beta" indicator from Siri.
iOS 7 doesnít only give Siri a sleek new interface with crisp new sounds and better features, but Siriís voice is so much more fluent. Getting voice-based software to not only comprehend you very accurately, but also to speak like just like you do, is a very difficult and impressive task to achieve.
Siri has gained some really useful new features, like the ability to search the Web for you automatically with picture results and Web results. In addition, iOS in the car is expected to be very popular, as more car manufacturers are expected to add support in coming years.
Siri is available on the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPod touch 5G, iPad with retina display, and iPad Mini. While Apple doesn't seem to have an interest in adding the feature to older iOS devices, it does look like every future iOS device will support the feature.
For those interested in grabbing iOS 7, it will be available to download on September 18th
(this coming Wednesday).