It looks like issues surrounding Apple’s iPhone 4S are starting to build up. There have been reports of issues with the virtual assistant Siri.
Complaints of Siri not being able to connect to the network have flooded the internet. This suggests that either Apple’s network or servers is the problem. The result is Siri answering, “Sorry I am having trouble connecting to the network”.
It looks like the problem is not limited to US customers. There have also been reports of customers in the UK who are experiencing the same issue. According to some users, resetting the iPhone 4S resolves the issue. However, we haven’t been able to verify if the solution works.
It looks like problems with Apple’s new smartphone are building up. Previously, there have been iPhone 4S users who experienced the phone’s battery life draining too quickly. Apple has recently admitted the problem and has promised a fix via a software update. There have also been reports of voice call echoes when either third-party or Apple wired headphones were plugged in. Now, Siri has temporarily shut down. Sadly, Apple is yet to release an announcement whether they are addressing the problem or not.
This definitely doesn’t look good for the iPhone 4S. If more problems with the smartphone pile up, this will give the consumer a reason to get their hands on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus or a Motorola Razr instead.
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