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Apple Store app update adds Siri integration, gift cards Apple updated its Apple Store app today to include more advanced Siri integration and the ability to send gift cards via the iOS 6 Passbook app. This update should work on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.However, it appears that the gift card feature isn't exactly working, according to The Next Web.The way the gift card feature works is it lets users buy Apple Store gift cards to send to friends or relatives with the Passbook app, which is Apple's stab at a digital wallet. But, according to The Next Web, users aren't yet able to e-mail the gift cards. The tech news site surmises that perhaps Apple just hasn't made the feature live yet.For the Siri integration part of the update, users can now ask the voice recognition system about pricing and details on Apple products. For instance, if a user asks how much a Mac mini costs, Siri will quickly pull up the device's product page with details and pricing. However, users don't actually need the updated app to get this feature. According to The Next Web, this new Siri integration also works on the old version of the app.CNET contacted Apple for comment. We'll update the story when we get more information.Apple Store down ahead of iPad Air midnight sales With just hours until the new iPad Air goes on sale in the US, Apple's online store is down.In what has become standard operating procedure for Apple, the online marketplace has been replaced with the now familiar message: "We're busy updating the Apple Store for you and will be back soon."The message is up in anticipation of the recently unveiled iPad Air, which goes on sale Friday in the US online at 12 a.m. PT and in the company's retail stores at 8 a.m. local time. In-store sales have already started in some countries, with the tablet headed to 42 countries total,marking the biggest launch yet for one of Apple's tablets. The new iPad Air is a substantially thinner and lighter tablet than previous generations of the iPad, at only 7.5mm thick and weighing just 1 pound. Its updated design -- along with its A7 chip, battery life, and improved front-facing camera -- led CNET reviews to dub it the "best full-size consumer tablet on the market."The tablet starts at $499 for the 16GB and goes up to $799 for the maximum 128GB configuration. Cellular models -- with LTE and support for AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon in the US -- cost an additional $130 beyond the above prices.Apple's iPad gets light as Air (pictures...See full gallery1 - 4 / 14NextPrev