SCOTS have identified a issue with Apple’s most recent iPhone 4S – they say it doesn’t know the Scottish accent, it’s revealed today. Apple’s iPhone 4S features voice recognition system Siri. But as per reports lots of Scots have said Siri – which can deliver texts, arrange appointments and search the web through voice control – doesn’t react to the lilt of their features.
Apple’s web site says that Siri has been developed to perform with British, United states and Aussie accents. However, scores of iPhone 4S customers have apparently reported on-line that they’re losing out on the application’s advantages – telling it is not able to cope with their Scottish tones.
Device expert Mark Chubb of technology website Phones Review says: “We have examined out Siri with various accents, for example Scottish, Welsh and Irish. At the time it seems like a couple of will lose out.” But the technology company has earlier made a software which assists tourists realize the Scots tongue.The Speakin’ Scottish application teaches folks how to pronounce typical Scots phrases for example neeps, tatties, loch and kilt.
California-based Apple rejected to opinion on the issues over the Siri function.