If you have watched any number of scary movies or thrillers you’ve come to assume that a cell phone is wholly worthless when you really need it. Either the battery is dead or somehow in the middle of a large city, there is no service. But, in real life, your iPhone can actually save your life if you ever find yourself in an emergency situation. This time, it’s Siri to the rescue.
When your iPhone’s battery is low and you’re nowhere near a charger, you may find yourself desperately calling out for help from Siri. But be careful. Asking Siri to charge your phone for you will actually cause it to call the police, and you’ll have just five seconds to stop it.
Recently, a report suggested Siri was getting “proactive,” with a more Google Now-like experience to bring even more context to your scenarios.
Apple to unveil ‘Proactive’ to compete with Google Now, Augmented Reality Maps, deep search within iOS 9 and new Siri API
There is a lot going into the future of iOS, and one of those things could make Siri, and Spotlight Search, a true rival to Google’s digital assistant, Google Now.
Siri is expected to get a makeover in iOS 9, with a new more colorful interface that matches the Apple Watch. While this new coat of paint is a welcome change, we are more interested in finding out how Apple will improve Siri’s functionality in the next version of iOS. Read on for suggested Siri improvements that we hope to see in iOS 9.
On Wednesday, April 8, Apple seeded iOS 8.3 to iOS devices out in the wild, which brought a few new features, fixes, and plenty of new emoji on a nice new board to choose them from.
Does Siri still not support your native language? Perhaps MoreSiri can help. The new tweak for jailbroken iOS devices adds 10 new languages to Apple’s virtual assistant — including Danish, Dutch, and Russian.