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Alex J

@jillyred.net
reply to FFH

Re: Siri is causing capacity problem on wireless networks

And again, not so much:

»arstechnica.com/apple/news/2011/···ates.ars

If you use Siri 2-3 times per day at an average of 63KB per instance, you might expect to use 126KB to 189KB per day, or 3.7 to 5.5MB per month. For 4-6 times a day, that might come out to 252KB to 378KB per day, or 7.4 to 11MB per month. If you use it 10-15 times per day, you might end up using 630KB to 945KB per day, or 18.5 to 27.7MB per month.



Chucks Truck

@teksavvy.com
I totally agree with you.


battleop

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reply to Alex J
Good thing only one person owns a iPhone. Imagine what would happen if millions had one and used it at the same time.


Alex J

@ecatel.net

Good thing only one person owns a iPhone. Imagine what would happen if millions had one and used it at the same time.

Yeah, especially if the company with the initial exclusive contract to offer such a device has a long track record of putting acquisitions, executive compensation, and lobbying ahead of actually investing in the network.