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Should A Man Sue Apple after iPhone's Siri 'Gave Him Wrong Directions'?

★~DoctorWhoGuru~★ 2012/06/14 05:30:17
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Frank Fazio didn’t find Siri funny or helpful. He filed a federal class action lawsuit against Apple saying Siri commercials are “fundamentally and designedly false and misleading.”

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  • Brosia 2012/07/04 23:21:24
    No
    Brosia
    +1
    Take it back if you hate it. Don't sue it because you mumble.
  • P. Sturm 2012/06/28 07:08:07
  • iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~ 2012/06/16 02:56:16
    No
    iamthemob ~ the 444th Guru ~
    +1
    Anyone who buys an i-product really should know at this point that the first two generations or so of any of their new "tech" is never really what you want it to be.
  • Heavy 2012/06/15 23:23:01
  • Mikel_mad2002 2012/06/15 12:11:36
    Undecided
    Mikel_mad2002
    +1
    He should at least get a refund on a faulty product
  • Singerar 2012/06/15 01:17:39
    No
    Singerar
    +1
    Frivolous law suit!
  • MrSexyPants 2012/06/15 00:59:20
    No
    MrSexyPants
    +1
    lol siri is a bitch sometimes, u just gotta work with her. maybe she led his ass the wrong way cuz he was being a dick to her! lmao!!
  • Monique Amanda 2012/06/14 18:29:24
    No
    Monique Amanda
    +1
    no need to flip out just cuz u cant figure out ur new toy
  • Sebastianchocolatebeargiles 2012/06/14 18:28:25
    No
    Sebastianchocolatebeargiles
    +1
    At the end of the video I died laughing!!
    Apple wondered why people who didn't like Siri or the iphone didn't take advantage if it's 30-day return policy.
  • Stardust 2012/06/14 17:41:20
  • Junior the Outer Space Musi... 2012/06/14 17:40:24
    No
    Junior the Outer Space Music Man
    +1
    That's just ridiculous.
  • Vennie 2012/06/14 17:35:29
    No
    Vennie
    +2
    That's just plain silly.
  • bob h. 2012/06/14 17:08:34
    Yes
    bob h.
    +1
    Sure, why not? Maybe they'll settle for enough to go to Verizon.
  • Incognito 2012/06/14 16:34:24
    No
    Incognito
    +1
    Anybody tech savvy will tell you these things are not perfect. Besides, its the guys fault for not planning.
  • TimothyBrianFoley 2012/06/14 14:18:47
    No
    TimothyBrianFoley
    +1
    this passes as a friviolus lawsuit no need for that kind of nonsense to hurt the courts
  • gocar 2012/06/14 13:10:29
    No
    gocar
    +1
    The directions come from a satellite don't they? Our GPS will sometimes confuse streets if we don't have a zip code. Also, it insists on telling us to go home one way when we know that the route we take is more direct and shorter.
    Anyway there is far too much of that suing business is America and too many lawyers anxious to get part of the take.
  • HannahFitz 2012/06/14 12:36:39
    Undecided
    HannahFitz
    +1
    depends if this put him in danger.
  • SW 2012/06/14 12:26:38
    No
    SW
    +1
    It says in the EULA there are no guarantees.
  • Chaoskingsxz 2012/06/14 12:24:34
    No
    Chaoskingsxz
    +1
    lol a person suing a huge company like Apple good luck ....
  • Anonymouse ~superdoge~ 2012/06/14 12:24:24
    No
    Anonymouse ~superdoge~
    +2
    That's ridiculous...
  • umapathy Krishnamurthy 2012/06/14 12:06:28
    Yes
    umapathy Krishnamurthy
    +2
    Because apple is telling that it's technology is superior and foolproof it must sue
  • Nameless 2012/06/14 11:32:10
    No
    Nameless
    +1
    This sounds like someone wanting a reason to sue.
  • beach bum 2012/06/14 10:37:09
    No
    beach bum
  • Rob Williams 2012/06/14 08:53:20
    Yes
    Rob Williams
    +1
    If he wants to prove to the whole world that he's terminally stupid!

    I'm guessing that there's a clause in the terms and conditions that says something along the lines of "responses given are for entertainment purposes only" so he'll just prove that he hasn't read them.
  • jackie 2012/06/14 06:57:33
    No
    jackie
    +1
    Somebody is money hungry.
  • geneticmistake 2012/06/14 06:16:59
    No
    geneticmistake
    +2
    This should be dismissed the first time the suit comes before a judge. I don't have an iPhone but I've gotten plenty of laughs from web sites devoted to Siri's erroneous answers.

    First off Apple says Siri is beta software. In other words, still in development and not guaranteed to always work. Then Siri depends on satellites and networks not owned by Apple. Transmitted data could have been corrupted. Voice activated software takes time to learn the user's voice. However I've heard of people using an unfamiliar iPhone and Siri responded correctly to their queries. Fazio could have been speaking unclearly or there may have been other sound interference. No way can this suit be taken seriously.

    Probably Siri screwed up. But again, no guarantees with beta software. There are other variables outside of an application that can cause the app to fail. The commercial does not guarantee Siri to work. If Fazio had spent any real time testing Siri he would have realized "she" wasn't perfect.
  • Phyl *In God i Trust* 2012/06/14 05:52:44
    Yes
    Phyl *In God i Trust*
    +1
    If it is wrong
  • andrea carlos 2012/06/14 05:47:45
    No
    andrea carlos
    +1
    It's not apples fault
  • Vijay Pawar 2012/06/14 05:46:14
    No
    Vijay Pawar
    +1
    YOU & YOUR iPhone. He knows you as you tell him. The relation is personal once married. To SIRI you responsible for the direction from SIRI Tomorrow you will SUE the ALL- MIGHTY.
  • AmericanVirus 2012/06/14 05:45:19
    Yes
    AmericanVirus
    +1
    Ethically... no, but Apple is an awful company, I love to see them get attacked
  • irishguy87 2012/06/14 05:44:43
    No
    irishguy87
    +1
    it's not Apple's fault, it's the directions
  • Vitalani 2012/06/14 05:34:43
    No
    Vitalani
    +1
    Actually they aren't. I thought the same thing but after using her for a while she adapts to your voice and becomes more and more accurate. She's got her flubs but it's nothing an update can't solve, and there will be many to come.
  • DFA 2012/06/14 05:34:09
    No
    DFA
    +1
    Another frivolous lawsuit ...

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