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iPhone's Siri Frustrates People In Scotland (Video)

Many Scottish iPhone users are complaining the phone's new voice feature, Siri, can't understand them.

In fact, the Los Angeles times recently reported on how baffled Siri was with the Scottish accent, often misunderstanding queries or not having a clue of what the users were asking altogether.

After the paper didn't get a response from Apple, they thought of asking Siri itself.

Reporter: "Do you like Scottish people?"
Siri: "This is about you, not me."

Reporter: "Are you deliberately trying to annoy people from Scotland?"
Siri: "No comment."

Check out mock commercial with a frustrating user in Scotland below. Be warned of some profanity:

February 8, 2012 |

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