Problems with Siri
Working with Siri can sometimes be hit-or-miss. But after the release of iOS 13, we’ve seen an uptick in the number of users having trouble getting the digital assistant to understand or carry out their requests. Here are a few tips to mitigate those problems.
- Make sure to install the latest version of iOS, since Apple has squashed quite a few bugs in more recent point updates.
- If Siri makes calls on speakerphone by default, you can correct that behavior by going to Accessibility > Touch > Call Audio Routing. Choose Bluetooth Headset instead of Automatic.
- Use more natural language. Siri tends to understand normal conversational flow better than any type of “robotic” commands.