Apple, the producers of the iPhone 4S should be very pleased with themselves after rave reviews of the latest smart phone with has the ability to talk back to you. With so much positive feedback, the phone has become a market leader and is certain to be the No.1 "must have" gadget of the decade.
However, this is not the half of it - news has been released of Charlie, a 12-year-old boy, who tried one out at a Tossco supermarket in Coventry. He was trying its voice recognition capabilities, known as Siri when it's replied: "shut the F*** up, you ugly t***!"
Sally Lott, a Tossco sales manageress, told Inseine News"it is quite possible that his mother was hoping for some compensation for her son's ears being subjected to a tirade of verbal abuse, but we're not going to fall for that one at this stage. We are in fact going to send the smartphone back to Apple for diagnostic tests to see if there is in fact a fault because we tested all the other phones in the store and they replied "every little helps!" and it is our belief that any 12-year-old could program the machine to reply in any manner whatsoever. It is even possible that someone with Tourette's syndrome could have tried out the smart phone before this "innocent" child."
Ever since this news story has emerged in the public domain on 30th December, there has been a 50% increase in people who want them and editors believe that the whole story was fabricated by Apple to gain free advertising and to sell their merchandise in the January sales and therefore the iPhone 5 is released.