DON'T try saying "G'day" to an iPhone — it will think you want to search for a PA.
And if you ask it to be true blue, it will start searching for Triple A.
Google's new voice-recognition search tool for the iPhone has problems understanding Australian accents, leading to some bizarre answers to spoken queries.
Users down under have noticed searches for the word "iPhone" can return pages of results for "priceline", "mustang" or simply a message saying "try again."
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