How to send audio messages with Siri from the iPhone

When we talk about Apple as a company, more specifically about the characteristics that separate it and put it above the competition, we can find many factors, the software, build quality, resale value among others, but something that goes very unnoticed is your virtual assistant, Siri.

As we well know, our invisible assistant is, for a long time, light years away from its equivalent in what would be Android or even Windows and the gap between Siri and the others is only increasing with each iOS update, now with a new function that is available from version 14 of this software: send audio messages with Siri from the iPhone without touching it.

One step further

All users of any variant of the best-selling phone in history know that Siri has been able to send a message to someone by iMessage or WhatsApp of audio without touching the terminal, taking into account that we have our AirPods or some headphones with a microphone like these, simply saying the mythical phrase “Hey Siri, send a voice message to X” this one told us, “ok, recording”, we expected a second or two and we talk and then it’s sent.

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The novelty is that now Siri, from the AirPods, will let you save it, listen to it before and after send it without touching the terminal. The reality is that Apple’s virtual assistant is by far the one with the most coherent response and the best artificial intelligence algorithm compared to other manufacturers and with each iOS update, however small it may seem, it continues to evolve and therefore make our day to day much easier, no matter how small the progress, even knowing where you have parked your car.

In addition, now you can record a voice message and then send it wherever you want, that is, before releasing the audio it was already predestined for a person, but not now, simply you record it and then you have several options between what to do with them, as our colleagues from HowToGeek tell us.


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