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Apple Watch For Dummies by Marc Saltzman

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Chapter 7

Siri Supersized: Gaining the Most From Your Personal Assistant

In This Chapter

arrow Setting up Siri on Apple Watch

arrow Reviewing how Siri works on Apple Watch

arrow Using examples to showcase Siri on Apple Watch

arrow Mastering Siri, including many tips and tricks

arrow Trying out a few extra practical ways to chat with Siri

arrow Having fun with Siri’s humor

While most Apple Watch wearers will interact using their fingers on their wrist-mounted gadget — tapping, pressing, or swiping the screen or accessing the two buttons along the side — you can get more done in less time if you simply talk to your watch.

Already an iconic feature on other Apple products — such as iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad — Siri (pronounced “sear-ree”) is your own voice-activated personal assistant. Using your words instead of your fingers to ask for information or give a command is a very natural, fast, and simple way to access content. ...

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