The name for the module of voice commands, Siri is a personal assistant that lets the user control their device by simply talking to it. Siri is only available on the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPad with Retina display, iPad mini, and the 5th generation of the iPod touch. The assistant is already built-in to these newer models, so there is no need to download anything to begin using the service. Users can immediately start asking Siri questions with their normal speaking voice, which frees the hands from typing them out. Siri will answer in a humanlike voice, which can be customized to include an accent or foreign language if desired.
Siri can search through the web to answer vital questions in a flash, compose and send emails to contacts, read incoming text messages aloud, schedule appointments, or make a phone call without dialing a single digit. In addition, Siri has the ability to take dictation for taking notes in class or posting updates onto social media accounts. Siri can do many different tasks that will help users throughout their day, simply by asking politely for assistance.
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