Siri, Apple’s virtual personal assistant, chimed in to answer a reporter’s question about the United State’s policy on Iran at a White House press briefing on Thursday.
Press Secretary Josh Earnest was preparing to field a question from a reporter about the Iran nuclear deal when Siri’s question-recognition beep could be heard throughout the room, reports Fox News. The reporter continued to ask about whether President Barack Obama was disappointed by the lack of Republican backing for the agreement when the digital voice spoke up.
“Sorry, I’m not sure what you want me to change,” Siri said.
The timely interruption was met with laughter from both Earnest and reporters.
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