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How to use Siri to know who is calling you iPhone

The arrival of iOS 10 to Apple mobile devices has been a revolution, bringing not only stability and improvements in the new mobile operating system of Cupertino boys, but also the amount of details and options that includes in the experience for the user.

A small new iOS 10 that can be very useful when we are driving or at any other time we can not see comfortably or have access to the screen of our iPhone is the possibility that Siri tell you the name of the caller when we receive a telephone call.

Guide to activate the “Announce Calls” option of Siri

To activate this practical function we must only go to Settings and click on the phone option. From here, we will have to click on “Announce calls” and, at this point, choose from one of the available options.

You can choose between:

  • Always: Siri will always tell you the name of the caller, in any situation
  • Headphones and Car: Siri will say the name of the caller only when the iPhone is connected to the headset or the car handsfree system via Bluetooth
  • Headset Only: Siri will say the name of the caller only when the iPhone is connected to the headset
  • Never: the setting is off

Siri announces incoming calls on devices with iOS 10+

This feature is only available for iOS 10 and you can use it on all iPhone compatible with this version of iOS, it is a simple and practical trick with which we can know who is calling us long before being able to access the phone, We can save ourselves some surprise.

Remember that you can currently upgrade your iOS device to the version 10.1.1 that Apple made public for all users a few days ago and is valid for iPhone, iPad, iPad Air, iPad Pro, iPad mini and iPod touch.

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