One of the many features that the iOS voice assistant can do is control some settings in iOS 10. Imagine, for example, lying in bed, trying to fall asleep and suddenly you begin to walk reminded of some conversation. Instead of looking at a screen that even with the lowest possible brightness at night can harm eyes, just use the command “Hey Siri” and activate the voice assistant pronounce the command “Turn on Do Not Disturb.”You so do not even move for you and Siri will do most of the work.
I imagine that these features Siri can save some time as to activate certain functions must click-through settings. An example would be turning on mobile data, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth that are not modeled after the flight mode switch is available immediately after opening the settings.
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iOS 10 settings that you can control via Siri
- Activate / Deactivate Wi-Fi – on / off Wi-Fi.
- Turn on / off Bluetooth – turn on / off Bluetooth.
- Increase / Decrease Brightness – increase / decrease the brightness of the display.
- Turn on / off Night Shift – on / off Night Shift.
- Turn on Airplane Mode – turning on Airplane mode. This is also deactivates the voice assistant, and through it you will not be able Airplane Mode off.
- Turn on / off Cellular Data – on / off mobile data.
- Activate / Deactivate Low Power Mode – turning on / off the low-power mode.
- Enable / Disable VoiceOver – on / off VoiceOver.
- Enable / Disable Invert Colors – ON / OFF invert the colors.
- Turn on / off Do Not Disturb – on / off Do Not Disturb mode.
In almost every setting you can turn on / off substitute words Activate / Deactivate and vice versa. In addition to switching on and off, you can also ask Siri by just opening the card’s settings. To do so, instead of activating verbs use “Open”. Siri then opens the relevant tab settings, which you can then manipulate the setting function.