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can really tell iPhone users apart based on our intelligence or how likely we are to tell a lie?
In this week’s episode of The iPhone Show, Oscar examines three recent studies that found iPhone users to be smarter, more judgmental, and less honest.
New studies would like you to be believe that iPhone users are in a league of their own.
But these studies don’t tell the entire story when it comes to iPhone users and our personality traits.
Are iPhone users that much different than our Android counterparts?
People are telling iPhone users to say 108 to Siri… this is why you should NEVER do it
referring to Getty Images 2 Saying 108 into Siri could get you into trouble But her prank caused a lot of trouble – because 108 to Siri puts you through to emergency services.
— Snohomish Sheriff (@SnoCoSheriff) July 2, 2015 If you genuinely need emergency services you can say 999 to Siri or simply say “dial emergency services”.
A Facebook user called Latoya Beckett recently urged everyone with an iPhone to try it, adding, “You’ll thank me later”.
This is because 108 is equivalent of Britain’s 999 in India, so Siri recognises it as a call for help and connects you to your local service.
911 asks you not fall for the prank of asking Siri to call 112 (Europe’s version of 911).
iPhone users should NEVER try this DANGEROUS new Siri prank
referring to A dangerous new iPhone prank has been circulating online, here’s why you need to avoid it If someone tells you to say the number 108 to Siri – the virtual assistant that ships with the Apple iPhone – whatever you do, don’t do it.
The prank works because 108 is the Indian equivalent of the 999 emergency number in the UK.
That’s because saying 108 to Siri will immediately connect you to your local emergency services.
As a result, Siri will recognise the number as a call for help and will connect you to your local service.
The troublesome prank, which has been doing the rounds on social media throughout the last week, should be avoided at all costs.