We have already seen a couple of ports of Apple’s Siri for the iPad, iPhone 4 and the iPod Touch, although the previous versions wouldn’t work with Apple’s servers, it looks like the guys who have been working on the Siri ports have finally managed to get Siri on other devices communicating with Apple’s servers.
Steve Troughton Smith, who showed us the original port has now teamed up with Chpwn, and the two of them have managed to get an iPhone 4 and an iPod Touch working with Siri, which you can see in the video below.
It doesn’t look like the developers have any plans to release the hack, although we suspect that someone else will, and it will probably be available for jailbroken devices in the near future.
Have a look at our handy guide on the difference between the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.
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