Hunting around on your iPhone for an app you know is there can be frustrating. The better way is to ask Siri to launch it.
Siri is good at providing sports information, including scores, game times, and TV channels. Get in the habit of asking Siri for sports information before you turn to the web.
Here’s how you tell Siri to make a phone call via the speakerphone, all hands-free. Super-useful, and a real safety feature when driving. It’s all in how you ask.
Siri’s even better hands-free. Ask Siri to set a timer when your hands are wet or dirty. Ask Siri what the weather’s like as you shave or comb your hair. And much, much more.
Siri will tell you how much charge is in your battery. And in your AirPods! Handy stuff.
Choose a different voice for Siri. See how it feels. A different voice can make using Siri more comfortable and make you more likely to use it.
Fastest way to charge your iPhone? With an iPad charger. Slowest way to charge your iPhone? Connected to your laptop. Special case? Apple 30W adapter.
Siri is constantly evolving, gaining new abilities and broader knowledge. Here are seven things that Sirit only recently gained the ability to do. The more you use Siri the more you’ll like her.
They moved the iPhone’s Level app. It used to be in the Compass app. Now it’s in Measure. Either way, it’s easy and fun to use it.
Sometimes you can receive mail, but can’t send. This leads to a lot of confusion. One common cause: your iPhone’s joined a WiFi network that is blocking your outgoing mail. Here’s the fix.