apple_logoIf you’ve ever tried to use Siri, you know that sometimes it can take a while for the feature to process what you’ve asked of it and a while for the results to be returned. This is because your commands are actually sent to a server to be parsed which is unfortunately a bit inefficient because like we said, sometimes it can be a bit slow.


However according to a report from Bloomberg, it seems that Apple is planning on doing something about it. The Cupertino company is rumored to be working on putting together a high-speed network and will also be upgrading its data centers in a bid to help push out content a lot faster, plus it would also allow them to better compete with companies such as Amazon, Google, and Microsoft in the cloud department.

Assuming the report is true, this should allow Apple to deliver content from iCloud, iTunes, and Siri a lot faster than before. Let’s not forget that Apple is also rumored to be working on a new music streaming service, so having a faster network will also ensure that tunes are delivered properly without users running into connectivity issues, at least not on Apple’s end.

According to IHS Infonetics Research analyst Andrew Schmitt, “User experience is very important to Apple, but delivery of its content is the one part of that experience it doesn’t control. If they want to control and maximize that user experience, they’re going to have to control that last piece.”

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