7 Useful Siri Tips You’ll Probably Use

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don’t say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

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3 Responses

  1. Ronald Quint says:

    I have been known to give Siri a bad rap. It does work nicely through my bluetooth headset calling a person on my contacts list. However, if there are multiple numbers listed it gets confusing trying to tell Siri which number to use, usually doesn’t work. No, never has worked. At that point I give up on Siri and just look at my phone. Also, speaking a command into a phone doesn’t feel right to me. I am usually surrounded by people, and they will often have an opinion about what and or why I want to command Siri to do. This is distracting and further relegates Siri to obscurity within my day to day life.

    • Jonny Evans says:

      Hey thanks for that!
      I can’t resolve the desire not to use Siri in public, I kind of share that but do think it’s an attitude that’s shifting..

      But the numbers thing? Why not name the numbers? Home office mobile, then you can say calll mums office number, that should work!

  2. sliplips says:

    The numbers are categorized in contacts so I just say “call X cell” or “call X home” or “work” etc. Not sure what the problem is unless there are somehow multiple “home” #’s etc. Can you clarify?

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