Siri was incorrectly reporting some information. It's just a simple bug. Apple probably fixes bugs like that all the time. I don't understand why you need to get all gung-ho on Apple over improving their product.
People rely on Siri to provide reliable information and it's up to Apple to ensure that inaccuracies get corrected promptly. This constant care is what makes Siri such a great service for millions of happy iPhone users.
LOL, you sure know how to pull legs around here