Siri was more than happy to chat about Apple's WWDC on Monday, but it turns out she was talking about last year's developers conference.
Now, if you ask Siri about Apple's upcoming WWDC, the digital assistant says, "You can get all the details about Apple's 2018 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) at Apple.com."
However, those Siri quotes actually refer to last year's WWDC, which 9to5Mac pointed out. Apple declined to comment.
There have been rumors about Apple releasing Amazon's Alexa is popping up in more and more devices, and Google Assistant is making eerily human robo-calls with .. We're also eager to see if Apple will have updates for Siri. The smart assistant has some catching up to do now that
For now, we'll just have to wait and see if Siri offers up any new hits about WWDC 2018, which runs June 4-8.
First published May 21, 1:28 p.m. PT.
Correction, May 23 at 11:50 a.m. PT: This story has been updated throughout to reflect that the Siri responses were referencing last year's WWDC.
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