Siri forces Apple Music to subscribe

Tim Cook recently boasted that the recently launched Apple Music service already has 6.5 million users. But Apple does everything to make it more, even putting restrictions on the functionality of Siri's digital assistant. The tool, in certain cases, forces the iPhone user to pay for the Apple Music subscription.

Have not subscribed to Apple Music recently? Then you will have to come to terms with the limited functionality of the Siri assistant in the music market. IPhone users were surprised to see that the tool did not want to provide any information related to popular artist hits if the user is not an Apple Music subscriber.

It can be assumed that the company uses Apple Music to aggregate information pertaining to individual contractors, so no subscriber will have access to them. This is no doubt an attempt to force a user to subscribe to a new service, but that should not happen.

Siri will board the new iPad

Siri finally slips out of the iPhone 4S and will soon also be equipped with another device from the Apple stable. During the WWDC conference, Scot Forstall announced that the assistant will be launching a new iPad with iOS 6.

That's not the end. Siri, who will be on board the new iPad is supposed to be much better than the version we know from the iPhone 4S. Through it you will be able to check match results (or individual player stats), make restaurant table reservations, and even ask what movies currently display local cinema (and see their trailers). What's more, if the iPhone holder is busy and will not be able to pick up the phone at the moment - at his request Siri will remind him to call back the number later. Quite useful