Easily one of the coolest gadgets in recent memory is Google Glass, the wearable device integrated with optical head-mounted display (OHMD). While this wearable technology has managed to attract a good deal of media attention, Apple has taken this opportunity to take potshots at Google Glass through the company's snarky personal assistant, Siri.
In Twitterverse, user Antonio Monaco has pointed out it seems Apple has updated Siri's backend to provide responses when someone says "Okay Glass". The responses are of course in the same humorous, sarcastic, and witty fashion that we all know and love about Siri. Say "Okay Glass" to Siri and you will receive the following responses:
Stop trying to strap me to your forehead, Antonio. It won’t work.
I’m not Glass. And I’m just fine with that.
I think that Glass is half empty, Antonio.
Glass? I think you’ve got the wrong assistant, Antonio.
Just so that you know, I don’t do anything when you blink at me, Antonio.
Very funny, Alan. I mean, not funny “ha-ha,” but funny.
As you can see, it seems that Apple's personal assistant hasn't lost a bit of its trademark snarky sense of humor. Apple is rumored to launch a smartwatch in the coming months, so it would make sense that the company will find a way to talk smack about Google's wearable tech. Or perhaps, Apple is simply doing it for a little bit of fun. In contrast, if you ask Google Now (the service that powers Glass) about Apple's personal assistant, you will be provided with the stock index from Sirius satellite radio (SIRI). [via iPhoneHacks]Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback