Phones and tablets already force my thoughts through a straw. Siri aims to reduce the bandwidth even further. No thanks.
They can be frustrated all they want, but part of the issue is that Apple REFUSES to let IOS hook into other people’s ecosystems (sometimes).
For instance, Reminders are great - I use Remember The MIlk, and when I say “Remind me to…” Siri will happy create a reminder there.
Why doesn’t calendaring work exactly the same way?
Maybe because “Remind” more closely ties to the “Reminders” app, while “Schedule a meeting/appointment/call” more closely ties with the Calendar app? Maybe I’m not understanding your remark though.
Yup you’re not understanding, but perhaps I’m not being clear.
I can have Siri make use of my non default reminders app (Remember the Milk) but NOT a third party calendar app (like Fantastical). Siri will ALWAYS interact with Apple Calendar.
Marketing and navel-gazing. Flagged.