Analyst Gene Munster from Piper Jaffray regularly assesses Siriâ€™s accuracy in terms of correctly interpreting and answering queries. Munster has recently issued the latest version of his Siri accuracy report card, observing that Siri has continued to improve under iOS 7. Hereâ€™s what he said:
Apple is trying to reduce its reliance on Google, as Siri looks to fetch answer for questions from Bing, Wikipedia, and WolframAlpha databases more than it did before. According to Munsterâ€™s most recent testing, only 4 percent of Siriâ€™s answers relied on Google, which is a big decrease when compared to 17 percent in August and 27 percent in December 2012.
The analyst has also compared Appleâ€™s Siri to Google Now and found that the two virtual assistants have both obtained a â€œC+â€ score. This shows that Google has seriously improved their service, after Siri held a substantial lead in the previous year testing.
After upgrading your iPhone and iPad to iOS 7, have you found Siri to be more accurate and useful?
Source: iPhoneForums, MacRumors