You can now ask Apple's Siri assistant to play songs and navigate music using the Tidal service on your iPhone or iPad, but it doesn't work with Siri on your HomePod.
Apple's iOS 15.4 software adds Dutch as a new Siri language option for HomePod voice recognition in the Netherlands, allowing multiple people to request personal information from Siri without invading the privacy of others.
If you are in the United States and you're hankering for a new voice for Siri, then you don't have long to wait before one shows up as an option. With the latest beta of iOS 15.4, Apple is adding another "American" option to the mix. But, as you might guess, it's only for users in the U.S.
iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2 have resolved a previously unknown privacy issue with Siri voice recordings being uploaded to Apple's servers even when you opted out.
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.
Updating your Apple wireless speaker to software version 15.3 will let you set up HomePod multiuser with Siri voice recognition in additional countries and languages.
Siri can be pretty helpful more often than not. The digital assistant might not be as advanced as some of the other options out there, but it definitely has the basics down. Unfortunately, sometimes things change, and for folks who have relied on Apple's assistant to rate songs they're listening to in Apple Music, they might be a bit disappointed.
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 Apple's voice assistant that listens to your query and speaks the answer. But starting with iOS 11 on iPhone/iPad and macOS High Sierra on Mac, you can type your requests to Siri instead of saying them. This quick tutorial shows you how to enable and use Type to Siri on your Apple devices.
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 newly released iOS 15.2 update has revived previously removed Siri commands for voicemail, recent calls and email, frequently used by low vision and blind owners.
Apple today launched HomePod Software version 15.2, adding support for the new $5/month Apple Music Voice plan and more languages for Siri voice recognition.