If You Tell Siri to Charge Your iPhone, She Will Help You Call The Police
Jul 17, 2015 18:28
Ask Siri to charge your phone to 100%, and she'll mistake that statement and think you're in trouble. Then she'll call the police for you. According to the Verge, they were baffled as to why Siri would think that would be the 'code' to signal police.
When you ask...
This is what happens:
Apple hasn't responded yet, but Mashable has tested it and confirmed it.
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