By Anton D. Nagy | October 30, 2011 2:31 AM
Ever since Apple introduced the iPhone 4S and its appealing voice-controlled assistant, Siri, developers were working on porting the new feature to the iPhone 4. After great news that Siri will not need jailbreak to run on last year’s Apple-phone we now get a demo of a fully working iPhone 4 port.
Developer Steven Troughton-Smith shows off a fully functional Siri on an iPhone 4, side-by-side with its newer cousin, the iPhone 4S. One of the main problems with iPhone 4 ports was the ability to make Siri connect to Apple’s servers. As you can see in the video below, the problem has been solved. According to the developer, contrary to what was rumored earlier, an iPhone 4S jailbreak was indeed necessary to port the proper files to the iPhone 4 and make Siri fully functional.