- 4 years ago (Mj 4 years ago)
- Victor Sauvage
"General Motors' efforts to distribute Apple's Siri software faster than its competitors may be paying for the Detroit automaker, according to several dealerships."
The Wall Street Journal's article on Apple will be a real pleasure for apple brand executives, as can be seen from the hang of the paper above.
If the daily does not have the least number to support, we learn in this article that many customers are attracted to GM models in concession, with the integration of Siri, especially because it allows to remove several hundred dollars to the final bill, instead of a more expensive GPS system.
Being the first one often brings this kind of benefits, but these first positive returns also prove that Apple's technology attracts even drivers and this should encourage other manufacturers to take a little more interest in it.