To be honest, we really really do want to be able to run Siri on our iPhone 4, iPad 2 and iPod Touch. But, all the efforts until now have failed in making Siri respond to the questions asked to it. Apple wanted it to be exclusive to the iPhone 4S only, so as to help them sell more of the most amazing iPhone yet. Unfortunately, developers and hackers took this as a challenge and sat to work on porting it to older iPhones that don’t run the new A5 chip. It was an instant success.
Right after the launch of the iPhone 4S, developer Steve Troughton Smith managed to port Siri to the iPhone 4, however, he wasn’t then able to make it reply or look for answers, as it wasn’t able to verify itself with the Apple servers. That was a huge blow, since the Siri GUI worked amazingly well on the iPhone 4 as well. You can even Google for the Siri GUI and learn how to install it on to your iPhone 4 right away, but it’s not going to work. Steven needed some important data from an iPhone 4S to make Siri run on older devices and that was possible only if there was a jailbreak for the iPhone 4S.
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