The Evolution of SIRI

Timeline created by serenwag
  • Development of SIRI, 2005

    Development of SIRI, 2005
    Siri was infact not created by apple but it was built by the SRI international artificial intelligence center
  • SIRI app available to the ios app store, 2010

    SIRI app available to the ios app store, 2010
    In 2010 the siri app was made available to purchase from the app store, rather than the helpful voice of siri being pre-installed onto iphones.
    *Note that the iPhone 4 would of just been launched around this time
  • Apple integrated with the SIRI app, 2010

    Apple integrated with the SIRI app, 2010
    Only a short 2 months after the siri app was made available on the app store, apple integrated the system into the new iPhone 4 s
  • SIRI feature added to iPod touch and iPad, 2012

    SIRI feature added to iPod touch and iPad, 2012
    This new feature became a helpful tool when it came to encouraging consumers to upgrade to apples more modern products
  • SIRI added to Apple TV, 2015

    SIRI added to Apple TV, 2015
    Now every apple product would have the siri feature installed to the newest apple creations
  • SIRI now features on all MAC computers, 2016

    SIRI now features on all MAC computers, 2016
    iPhone's, iPod's, TV, Mac books...Whats next?
  • SIRI slows down innovation whilst other big brands overtake artificial intelligence industry

    SIRI slows down innovation whilst other big brands overtake artificial intelligence industry
    Since 2012 other companies like samsung and google, just to name a few, jumped on the AI band wagon and integrated similar systems into their companies newest communication technologies.
  • Apple is playing catchup.... says the Wall Street Journal

    Apple is playing catchup.... says the Wall Street Journal
    As the other companies overpower the ever growing AI industry with better technology, Apples beloved Siri becomes overshadowed. D, Gallahgar (2017) wrote an article in the popular Wall Street Journal stating that 'Today, Apple is playing catch-up in a product category it invented, increasing worries about whether the technology giant has lost some of its innovation edge.'
    Retrieved from: https://www.wsj.com/articles/apples-expensive-game-of-catch-up-1502202741