Apple first launched its voice-activated personal assistant Siri on mobile phones two years ago, however, the service is evolving for iOS 7.
According to 9to5Mac, the company has dropped the beta element of Siri for the release of its new operating system next month.
The website spotted that the service’s description had changed to remove any mention of it being a beta version. As well as this, the company has removed the FAQ page, assuming that people now know how to ask Siri to do stuff.
It’s thought the iOS 7 will bring improved voices and new features like “play my last voicemail” and “increase my brightness” to improve the usability of Siri.
The software has been hailed as the “the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone” by chief executive Tim Cook and is due to be released to the public on September 18th. As such, there are just a matter of days to wait until it starts rolling out around the world.
Posted by Samantha Green