Did you read some guides online about Siri and you want to try it out yourself on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch but you don’t know how to activate it? Well, obviously there is something wrong. If you want, I can help you with this problem.
Follow this guide about how to enable Siri that I’m about to propose you and in a blink you are going to be able to make the most out of Siri. You’ll find out a whole new world for the use of your iDevice.
If your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch is already updated to the sixth version of iOS but Siri doesn’t seem to be already active, you can enable Siri in a few easy steps. Open the Settings app, choose the voice General and then select Siri to access the settings’ window of the voice assistant.
A this point, tap on the tag “off” to turn it on (under the voice Siri), or, if you’ve problems related to the language, click on Language and select yours from the list that appears.
Once done, go back to the home screen of your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch and press and hold for a few seconds the Home button (the circular one, just below the screen). If everything went right, you’ll see Siri’s microphone and you’ll be able to speak to your iDevice.
A few notes: Siri only works on iPhone 4S and 5, iPad 3rd and 4th generation, iPod Touch 5th generation. You also need an internet connection activated in order to use Siri. It can be both a wi-fi or 3g/4g connection.