3. Checking Settings with Siri
You can turn on or off basic settings using Siri. To do this, enable Siri and use the command "Turn on" or "Turn off" followed by the name of the option. Some options you can control with Siri include flashlight, Flight mode, Bluetooth, Cellular Data, Do Not Disturb, and Wi-Fi. Siri will stop working when Flight mode is turned on, so Flight mode must be turned off manually.
4. Set clock alarms with Siri
You can use Siri to set, change, or delete alarms in the Clock app. To do this, you must enable Siri and do one of the following:
• To set a new alarm, use the "Set alarm on" command, followed by the desired time. You can set additional alarms with the same command.
• If you want to change a previously set alarm, provided you only have one set, use the "Change alarm to" command, followed by the desired new time (this will not set a new alarm but replace the existing one.)  • If you have multiple alarms, use the command "Change [insert hour of previously set time] alarm on", followed by new time.
• To delete a previously set alarm, use the "Delete _____ alarm" command with the time of the alarm you want to delete.
• To turn on an alarm, if you have only saved one, use the command "Turn on alarm." If you have multiple alarms set, use the command "Turn on [insert hour of previously set time] alarm."
• If you only have one alarm stored and it is currently enabled, you can turn it off at any time using the "Turn off alarm" command.
• If you have multiple alarms enabled, to turn on by one time, use the "Turn off _____ alarm" command that specifies the mirror specific time for the alarm you want to turn off. . Set appointments in Calendar App with Siri
You can set appointments in the Calendar app using Siri by enabling your assistant and using the "Enter appointment for," command followed by a description along with the exact calendar date and time of the appointment. You do not need to enter the year unless it is not in the same calendar year.
• After you dictate your agreement, Siri will ask if you are ready to plan it? Confirm by saying "Yes".
• Siri can confirm the agreement by repeating it to you and saying, "Let me know if you want to make any changes", which you can accept by not saying anything or revising by saying "Change it."
To delete an appointment, use the command, "Delete appointment" followed by appointment name; Siri will request confirmation and you can say "Yes" to delete the agreement or "Cancel" to leave it. ]
6. Setting reminders with Siri
Another way your digital assistant can make your life easier is with the reminder program. To specify a task, enable Siri and use the command "Set reminder" followed by the task name, date and time desired.
• To set a reminder that resumes every day, week, month or year, use the "Set a daily reminder" command followed by the task you want to be reminded of.
• To delete an item, use the "Delete reminder to" command followed by the item; The phrase does not have to be accurate for Siri to recognize it but needs matching keywords. .
7. Spell Checking and Defining Words with the Embedded Siri Dictionary
Do you need to know a definition or how to spell a word? Siri can do it for you with her practical built-in dictionary; you can even ask for synonyms and antonyms! For example, you might ask, "How do you spell the word?" For example, to define a word, say "Define the word gigabyte".
8. Sending Messages with Siri
It's convenient to dictate and send texts or iMessages with Siri.
• To do this, use the command "Text" or "Send message" followed by the name of the desired contact.
• Siri will answer, "What do you want to say?"
• Poems your message; Siri will confirm the name of the contact and your message.
• Next Siri will ask, "Ready to send it?"
• You can approve by saying "Yes," "OK" or "Safe;" Siri will then confirm and send your message on the way.
• If the message contains errors, command Siri to "Change it", which allows you to edit the message.
• If you are not ready to send your message, say "No" or you can say "Cancel" to delete the entire action. . Crunching Numbers in Calculator App with Siri
You can add, subtract, multiply, and share numbers with Siri in the Calculator app. Siri can also perform a combination of operations. For example, you might ask, "What are four times four divided by two?" And Siri will offer the right answer for eight. . Calling the Phone Call with Siri
Instead of digging through your contacts, use Siri to call you.
• To call, use the "Call" command, followed by the contact name. If you only have one phone number listed for a specified contact, Siri will automatically dial that number.
• If you have multiple numbers available for a contact, Siri will present you with choices; select the number by saying the label as home, work or mobile. You can also get Siri to call a business that is not in your contacts.
• When Siri presents you, simply select "Yes" to call or "No" to proceed to the next number.