Siri got off to a rocky start in the early days. Apple decided to launch its voice-powered digital assistant as a beta and as a result, many people had bad experiences with Siri from the get go. Now, Siri remains an afterthought for a huge percentage of iPhone and iPad owners. Even people who do use Siri likely only use a small fraction of the service’s capabilities.
The truth is that Siri has grown to become an outstanding and comprehensive service with more features than any one user will ever discover. While it’s certainly impressive, Siri’s broad range of functionality also poses a problem: How are users supposed to know what Siri features might suit them best if it’s so difficult to even discover all of the things Siri can do?
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