March 8, 2012 at 1:45 PM ET
We've heard plenty of rumors about an iTV in the last year or so. People are theorizing that it will be some sort of Siri-enabled devices that will encourage you to control your television using your voice. But given how much Apple's personal assistant feature misbehaves on iPhones, would it really be wise to allow it to control your beloved television set?
Video-makers Tripp Crosby and Tyler Stanton decided to give us an idea of just what life with a Siri-enabled television would be like. They put together a hilarious parody commercial for what they've dubbed "SuriTV" — pronounced "Siri TV" — and in it they show us just how quickly we might regret conversations with our television sets.
Let's hope the folks at Apple see this video and work out some of Siri's kinks before putting her into anything other than an iPhone.
Want more tech news, silly puns, or amusing links? You'll get plenty of all three if you keep up with Rosa Golijan, the writer of this post, by following her on Twitter, subscribing to her Facebook posts, or circling her on Google+.