The personal assistant of Apple, Siri, has its limitations, but sometimes it comes with good tips. For example, now the geniuses from Cupertino were creative and implemented an interesting feature on the iconic female voice of their mobile devices: sing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, the legendary success of the british band Queen, and title of the film biography of Freddie Mercury.
So listen to Siri to get rocking with ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ the thing is very easy:
- Go to iPhone setting and change to English (united States), the language of the operating system.
- Press the button to activate Siri and say the phrase: “I see a little silhouetto of a man”.
When you do that Siri interprets the theme, with a small twist, in which the plane is pulled to the floor for the raise, because instead of the original lyrics says: “I’m just a poor assistant nobody loves me” (I’m Just a poor wizard, no one loves me), when you should be singing “I’m just a poor boy nobody loves me” (I’m Just a poor boy, nobody loves me), as originally the song says.
As it is a good detail and you can always surprise someone by doing it.
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