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It’s important to note that you don’t necessarily need to start with “Siri” before giving a command. Once you’ve initiated a conversation with Siri by asking a question, you can follow up with additional requests by directly stating the desired commands. This approach is part of Apple’s effort to make Siri more user-friendly and integrated seamlessly into your interactions.
Siri iOS 17 has come a long way with the ability to drop the ‘’Hey’’ from ‘’Hey Siri’’. This modification is triggered by default by updating to iOS 17. You can check it by saying just ‘’Siri, what’s the temperature outside’’. However, the iPhone allows you to drop the ‘’Hey’’. Here’s how to find those settings.
- Go to the Settings app
- Then scroll down and look for “Siri and Search” menu
- Select “Listen for” and choose your desired option: “Siri or Hey Siri,” “Siri,” or off
You also have the option to choose “Hey Siri” if you prefer to activate the personal assistant in the usual way.
To eliminate the “Hey” from “Hey Siri” on your iPhone, just tap on “Siri” or “Hey Siri.” This change won’t prevent you from using “Hey Siri” if you still want to employ it.
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Another adjustment to Siri in iOS 17 is the capability to issue consecutive requests without the need to retrigger it each time. However, it’s important to note that Siri doesn’t seem to retain knowledge or context from the initial request when performing these subsequent commands.