The LEGO Batman Movie just released in theaters last week and Apple Siri is marketing it. A feature of the program would be activated when the user says, "Hey computer," then an advertisement of the same movie would show on screen. The program would then respond to the command by asking if the user is LEGO Batman himself.
The feature included responses such as, "I'm at your service, LEGO Batman, sir." As reported by Mac Rumors, the program would respond in such a way with a simple "Hey 'puter" command. Although Apple Siri gets updated by programmers on a regular basis with humorous responses, this feature may be the first time that a response was developed based on an upcoming event. Other responses tailored by the product's development team included customized responses based on the Pokemon Go application and that of the iPhone 7's debut.
In other news, Forbes reported that the Apple Siri program could also mimic the voice of the main character in LEGO Batman Movie. The Caped Crusader would then speak with his coarse voice when the user says, "Hey 'Puter." However, they would need to say "Hey Siri" first, before saying the command for the voice to respond accordingly.
Furthermore, the program would also say lines about the Dark Knight's world and what goes around Gotham or the Bat Cave, iconic places, events, and elements in the LEGO Batman movie. Some of the responses include, "Hello, sir. I've heated up your lobster thermidor in the microwave. I'm one step ahead of you, Alfred." There is also the, "Welcome home, sir. I have your rom coms queued up, sorted by decade," and the "You have a message from the Condiment King. It says 'Pbbbbfftt!" In fact, the program spells the weird word humorously.
Apple Siri is constantly being updated by the brand's development team. Its virtual assistant's rendition of LEGO Batman Movie's characters was found to be hilariously constructed that reports indicated users were entertained by it. What movie will the program incorporate next?