Updated 10:39 PM EDT, Wed, Oct 20, 2021

Funny Video of Mexican Siri Proves She's a Real Latina [Watch]

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Someone made a Mexican version of Apple's artificial intelligence, Siri.

The Crazy Gorilla's video showed how it's like if Siri not only spoke in Spanish every time, but if she were made as a Mexican. In the video below, the AI sounds like a real Latina and even plays a song from Selena Quintanilla instead of a track from Selena Gomez.

Check out the funny clip below.

Apple's Siri Expands to Appliances

This year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada already unveiled the Siri-controlled ceiling fans, and now iDevices is expanding its current array of HomeKit-compatible products with four new gadgets that will ease home automation, 9to5 Mac reported.

Apple's accessory maker now showcases its new Socket, Wall Switch, Dimmer Switch, and Wall Outlet, products which will allow you to control and automate standard light bulbs and other appliances using iOS and Siri, 9to5 Mac wrote. At the moment, iDevices already offers a HomeKit Switch and Outdoor Switch (plus Thermostat). The newly announced equipment will also provide ways on how to turn a lightbulb into a smart lightbulb.

If you wish to control your lights from iOS and Siri but don't want to spend lots of cash in expensive light bulbs with built-in Wi-Fi, iDevices Socket can be used to connect your light socket and ordinary light bulbs, 9to5 Mac took note. Socket also allows you to toggle lights on and off and change brightness levels as well, and a built-in nightlight on the gear can change colors as an extra effect.

iDevices said that Socket will roll out during Q1, Wall Switch and Dimmer Switch in Q2, and Wall Outlet in Q3, the news outlet listed. This way, each product will be available to the public before the next holiday season. Pricing details and specific release dates are not available yet.

At CES 2016, the Hunter Fan Company announced two Wi-Fi enabled fans called Symphony and Signal. Those using iOS can control Symphony and Signal with the use of Siri or sync them to other HomeKit-enabled gears to create "custom scenes," iPhone FAQ reported. Examples of the AI's function include automatically turning on the fan's light, locking your door, and setting your room temperature "in just one step," the news outlet added.

Symphony can be bought in fresh white for $329 later in 2016, iPhone FAQ added. Signal is available in satin nickel housing and reversible wood-finished blades for $379. Both ceiling fans can be purchased in the spring through HunterFan, Amazon, Build, BestBuy, HomeDepot, Lowes, and Menards, the news outlet listed.

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