If you own an iPhone, issuing Siri voice commands is a quick way to get things done, but not many people make good use of this feature, so we will review the top 4 Siri voice commands that will make your life easier.
It should be noted that some of these voice commands for Siri will not work unless you have the latest iOS 16 update.
Quickly search for emails
Siri can work with Apple Mail to get quick results.
You could ask Siri to find all the emails from someone, or about something.
For example, you could say, "Find emails from (..Find emails from)" or "..Find emails about".
It's an easier alternative than having to type searches manually.
Add a "stop" to your trip
If you're navigating using Apple Maps, you can add a "stop" using your voice.
Just say "Hey Siri, add a stop to" and select where you want to go.
This is a great way to stop to get fuel, food or to see someone, without generally interrupting your trip.
You will be directed to your station first, and then to the final destination.
sharing with others
If you want to share a web page, photo, social post, or even a podcast, you can do it through Siri.
All you need to do is say: "Hey Siri, share this page with [CONTACT NAME]"
Reboot the iPhone
You can restart your iPhone, by issuing a simple command to "Siri".
You can simply say, "Hey Siri, restart my iPhone."
Siri will ask if you really want to turn your iPhone off and on again, so you'll need to confirm.
Rebooting the device can be a good way to fix a glitch quickly