You can make Siri wait longer and have it keep listening until you finish speaking. In this brief tutorial, we show you how to do that and increase Siri Pause Time so that the assistant waits patiently for your voice command to be over before it starts working on it.
Done talking on your iPhone? You can end the call using one of these 11 ways. Note that these work for both standard carrier calls and FaceTime calls. Some of them will also work to hang up a call made via VoIP apps like WhatsApp, Viber, Skype, Zoom, Google Duo, etc.
You can call Siri on your Apple Watch using four different ways and get it to do things for you. However, if you think Siri isn't useful or are tired of the voice assistant triggering accidentally and unnecessarily, disabling it takes just a few taps.
Here's how to switch off Siri on Apple Watch running any recent version of watchOS, including watchOS 8 and watchOS 9.
Siri on AirPods lets you make calls, ask questions, send messages, and more. But, if you don't use it or find it activating accidentally, let's see how to disable Siri on your AirPods.
This tutorial applies to all models of AirPods, including 1st, 2nd, 3rd generation, and AirPods Pro.
As a hands-free voice assistant, Siri proves instrumentally helpful for texting, setting alarms and reminders, and checking the weather when you aren’t near a window. But Siri can also be rather obnoxious.
Siri is the default built-in voice assistant on Apple devices. It lets you set alarms, answer questions, and do almost everything voice assistants do. This quick tutorial shows you how to call Siri on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Apple Watch, AirPods, Mac, HomePod, Apple TV, and supported cars.
The nice thing about Siri is that you can make “her” sound anyway you like. You can have a male Siri with an Australian accent or a female Siri with an Irish one. Or maybe you’d like to hear one Siri voice on your family’s HomePod, but you prefer a different one on your iPhone.
If you like to change things up now and then, and are an avid Siri user, here’s how to change Siri’s voice on your devices.
Thinking of purchasing a HomePod mini? Or maybe you ordered one but now have some general questions? Look no further; iDownloadBlog is here to help! We have answers to some of the most common questions surrounding Apple’s HomePod mini.
Siri can be super handy on HomePod and can do plenty of things for you. But one thing that was always a bit difficult was getting information that Siri didn’t have at hand. You might end up hearing something like, "Sorry, I can’t help with that".
With the iOS 14.1 update, HomePod also got a bit of a boost in abilities. You can use Apple Music for an alarm sound, check out the Intercom if you own more than one HomePod, and yes, have Siri send web results right to your iPhone.
Siri can be a terrific helper on all of your Apple devices. We recently showed you tips for using Siri on Apple TV, so here we want to better your Apple Watch experience with tips for Siri there.
You can do things like set a timer, create a reminder, search the web, identify a song, look for apps, and much, much more.
You know what they say, good things come in small packages! And that’s just what Apple has done with your favorite virtual assistant in iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. Siri has a compact interface giving you more screen space.
When you make a request to Siri, no longer is your whole screen taken over. You have a nice and neat compact view of Siri as well as the results Siri provides you. Curious? Here’s how to use compact Siri.
You can use Siri for all sorts of things on your devices. And on Mac, Siri can come in handy for a variety of tasks as well. You can ask Siri for simple things like the weather, opening an app, or setting up a Calendar event.
But what you probably don’t think to ask Siri for is help with your System Preferences. While it’s not difficult to open System Preferences and find what you need, it can still be accomplished much faster by asking Siri.
To help you take advantage of Siri on your Mac, here are some of the System Preferences you can control with your convenient digital assistant.