Casey Neistat, his new iPhone 4S and his assistant, Thurman.

There are few people out there who wouldn't want the new iPhone 4S. Aside from all the new specifications, what's really got everyone's attention is Siri, the new voice command system that allows you to control practically every single function on the phone with just your voice. From dictating emails to finding a restaurant, everything can be executed with just a simple utterance, just like a real personal assistant... right?

Well, to put that claim to the test, Casey Neistat, filmmaker and creator of the 2003 viral hit iPod's Dirty Secret, pitted his new iPhone 4S against Thurman, his real-life, real-human assistant. Neistat puts the pair through a series of tests all centered around helping Casey patch things up with his girlfriend.

Although the phone triumphs when it comes to sending messages and making plans, Thurman holds his own with the ability to get certain things done with good old fashioned gophering. 

in the end, Siri can do a whole lot. Just don't ask if it loves you. 

Tags iPhone

Commentarium (4 Comments)

Oct 14 11 - 10:04am
MSM

Why do I feel that being around 4s owners is going to become very annoying.

Oct 14 11 - 11:54am
ccq

it'll be just like the android users. hey, at least i'm not the one furtively whispering into a phone "PIZZA... PIZZA... PIZZA...." over and over.

Oct 16 11 - 3:09am
Lawrence

Man I love Casey. Always good films.