Christmas is nearly here with only a week to go before Santa will be slipping down the chimney. Apple figures that the iPhone 4S with Siri could help everyone this holiday season, including Santa. The latest commercial for the iPhone 4S has hit YouTube.
The commercial shows Santa on a rooftop using the iPhone 4S. Santa is using Siri to help him do all sorts of things. He asks for directions to his next address. Santa also uses Siri to figure out how cold it is on his way to other locations.
The coolest part is when he asks Siri how his day looks. Siri replies you have 3.4 billion appointments. The commercial is interesting and you can watch it below.
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