iOS developer Steven Troughton-Smith has successfully ported a fully working version of Siri over to the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G.
Steven Troughton-Smith has been working on this since the first day he got his hands on an iPhone 4S. He posted his progress on his Twitter feed (@stroughtonsmith), and now with the help of chpwn (best known for his work in the jailbreak community), they have made port a success.
Steven had this to say, on Twitter:
“I’m really impressed with how fast and usable it is; it’s in no way slower than an iPhone 4S”.
Steven has also said that there will be a release, but it will not come before an iPhone 4S jailbreak is released, which is required to get the proper data from one device to the other. Steven says, after all his work, that the entire hack comes down to one simple line of code, plus a bunch of file system changes.
We look forward to the release, and I’m sure will tell how to do this yourself, once it has been made public.