“Siri, why don’t you understand me?” [Infographic]

An interesting infographic was published recently (via Degree360) to show how we use the iPhone 4S’ digital assistant, Siri. I don’t know about you, but, mine is used almost solely to create Reminders and to convert units of measurements. But, it seems I’m in the minority. One third of Siri users never get past browsing the web, sending a text, or making a phone call. I very rarely use it for any of those functions.

Interestingly, 25% of Wolfram Alpha’s traffic comes through the 4S’ assistant. And, while we’re on the topic of internet data, it’d be appropriate to mention how much of your data this service eats up. According to the info below, tasks range from between 15KB and 100KB. The most data friendly request is sending a text, while asking it to search the web consumes one tenth of a MegaByte.

What do you use yours for most often?

Check the full infographic below:

Siri, why don’t you understand me?
Courtesy of: Online Degrees

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