7 Questions You Should NEVER Ask Siri As It Might Lead You Into Uncertainty!
We have asked many inappropriate questions to Siri and you might know that these questions are saved in the Apple server which can be used against you! In this article, you will get a list of seven questions you should not ask Siri!
Don’t ask Siri to help you with the murder!
In 2014, a man was accused of killing his roommate allegedly asked Siri where to hide the dead body and thanks to Siri that he got the answers. However, the criminal was quickly found as the data was stored on the Apple server!
A hyphen can cause the iPhone to crash!
A tiny and very funny bug was found in the voice assistant. It was found that if you say “hyphen” 5 times using Siri, your phone will close all the applications and go into emergency mode. It was all said that it will erase all your vulnerable data; however, this turned out to be false.
Don’t ask Siri to call you an ambulance
Sometimes Siri takes some of your inquiries literally! If you say “Call me an ambulance” it will literally start calling you “ambulance”. So, whenever you want to call emergency services, dictate the phone number to Siri rather than naming the service.
Don’t tell Siri to charge your phone 100%
If you tell Siri to “charge my phone 100%,” it will start calling emergency services immediately! As many countries have associated 100 numbers for emergency services, it will pick up your 100 to call them.
Don’t ask Siri about mushrooms
Siri ain’t a botanical expert and if you’re a fan of mushroom or any plant, Siri should be the last one to be asked about them! If you ask Siri, if this type of mushroom is poisonous or not, it will end up giving you doubts and eventually deteriorating your health!
Don’t ask for help to Siri when it comes to Mathematics, it will hurt your feelings!
Did you read the above screenshot? Siri will certainly consider you a person with zero friends. Of course, it will answer you in the end.
Don’t ask Siri about feminism
Apple developers have banned Siri from answering anything related to feminism. The developer rewrote the codes to avoid conflict with sensitive topics after the #Metoo movement. If you ask Siri now about feminism, it will simply say “I believe in universal equality.”