Siri can be a little annoying if you don't know how to use it. But a quick google search will provide all the tips you need for using Siri to it's full potential.
If you need an iPhone now, but want to upgrade to the iPhone 5 later, then get the iPhone 4. It's not as powerful as the 4s, doesn't have as nice of camera, doesn't have Siri, but you'll pay less for it. Now if you're not worried about the iPhone 5 coming out, and you want a phone that will last you several years, then get the 4s.
And the iPhone 5 should start at $200, like every iPhone before it.
wait 2 months for the iphone 5, and then eait a little longer for the 5s. after that in a few months will be the 6, followed months late by the 6s
******** apple and its policy to drip feed updates from a completed phone over the years in an attempt to make more money
[******** apple and its policy to drip feed updates from a completed phone over the years in an attempt to make more moneyNah, Once a year. Every year a new phone, but it makes sense, since cell phone contracts are two years. If you buy a new phone every contract, you'll upgrade every other model.
This is basically how every cell phone company works.