Apple's virtual assistant Siri is supposed to be an iPhone 4S exclusive, but it's already been shown running on an iPhone 4 – and now a group of code wizards at Applidium have claimed to have cracked Siri’s protocol, to the extent where a Siri Android app could soon become a reality.
The only catch at the moment is that you’ll still need the ‘indentifier’ of a real iPhone 4S for Siri to function properly, but the developers have released a set of tools for Androidbased tinkerers to play around with and work their dark magic.
Something tells us this won’t go down too well at Apple HQ.
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