The personal assistant app in iPhone 4S was just incredible, however many of us have their experience with Siri on iPhone 4S but what about the older iPhones, iPod Touch could they ever get Siri on their devices? Or have to purchase iPhone 4S particularly for Siri.
Well we love to have been evolving in some tricks where we can get these things running quietly well particularly for those devices for the app was not designed. I would like to say great thanks to an iPhone hacker who tweeted the story of successful porting of Siri on iPhone 4 & iPod Touch 4G.
The hacker expressed his tweet as “Actually, it just worked,” just to let the world know that his experiment was successful porting Siri to iPhone 4, he further expressed that Siri will soon be available for other iPhone/iPod versions too.
To port Siri on your iPhone 4/iPod Touch 4G all you need to have a jailbroken device, next copy the app onto your device, the iPhone4/iPod 4 can easily call up Siri and more important it can also connect to Siri servers. The app seems to be working perfect without any delays, we will be updating you guys with a post how to performing this porting of Siri on your iPhone 4/iPod 4G, stay tuned until then.
Mark: Do you ever see Siri showing up in Cydia (or another jailbreak store) for non natively supported devices?
Steven: No, I could not be a part of that. I have no doubts that others will package this up and distribute it quasi-illegally, or try and sell it to people. I am only interested in the technology and making it work; proving that it works and works well on the iPhone 4 and other devices
Mark: So, you also got Siri working on the fourth-generation iPod touch, how is that working out?
Steven: We got chpwn’s iPod touch up and running with Siri after proving it works on my iPhone 4. Unfortunately the microphone on the iPod is nowhere near as good as the iPhone – you will notice that the Siri level meter hardly moves when you talk to it. While it does work, you have to speak loudly and clearly to the iPod.