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Well, this has happened a couple times since I've had the iPhone 4 S. It's my first smart phone and yesterday when I used Siri, it worked. Then later, it said it was having a connection issue (though I had full bars in 3G) so then I turned on the wifi and it worked. Well it has done it again today, but even with a full 3G connection and full extremely fast wifi connection, it wont work. It says "Sorry, I can't connect to the server right now". That sucks. Is it just a bump because everyone is trying to use it? I doubt the demand of people using it will go down, and apple's Siri servers should be able to handle the job.
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It has been working fine for me after I fixed an issue I had yesterday. I will put the link below to the thread that a few of us had a problem. It isn't the same as your problem but it could help "reset" siri and make it work.

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Because Siri relays information to a central server, some people have been getting that error regardless of their signal quality. I think that's one of the reasons why Apple still calls it a beta.

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Yes I agree, I no have been having problems with it recently tonight not connecting
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