Siri Refuses to Answer Certain Questions If You’re Not an Apple Music Subscriber

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As tweeted by former Pandora executive Tom Conrad

9 Responses

  1. Remi Swierczek

    I like it!
    Marketing that will still bring nothing to Apple but possibly will scare Pandora, Spotiy and hopefully labels to action and sanity.
    SUBSCRIPTION STREAMING KILLS MUSIC , has income limit and will never crete vital music industry.

  2. Pandora pays too much

    Tom Conrad is NOT a Pandora executive. He is a FORMER Pandora executive.

  3. mistypoop

    So what are the other supposed “questions?”

    Hardly news breaking when you suggest it wont answer certain questions suggesting more than one then only give one example…….

    • Paul Resnikoff

      I mean… what other questions do you need? If I ask you a chart position and you slap me in the face in response, I think we’ve got a problem!

  4. Surprised

    I asked Siri that question and got that response. Then I asked “Why do I have to subscribe to Apple Music to know who has the most popular song in the US today? and my iPhone began automatically playing “Good Morning Heartache” by Billie Holiday. Of course, when I tapped on iTunes, the screen asked if I wanted to become a subscriber.

    I don’t.

    (P.S. I have the complete Billie Holiday in my iTunes collection, so perhaps Siri chose that song at random? Or maybe she was suggesting something about me? 🙂