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AirPods Pro owners: you can let Siri read text messages directly in your ears



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AirPods and some Beats headphones are supported.


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With the release of iOS 13.2 earlier this week Apple has added new features to our iPhones and iPads. There are several new emoji, the camera of the iPhone 11 improved and we finally have access to Announcing messages with Siri a feature that would be launched with iOS 13 back in September.

The new feature uses Siri to automatically read your incoming messages when you listen to music or a podcast with a number of compatible Apple wireless earphones or headphones.

Below you will find what you need and how to enable the function and how often Siri reads your messages.

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There are some requirements

For Siri to read your messages, iOS 13.2 or iPadOS 13.2 must be installed on your iPhone or iPad. And of course you also need one of the following sets of AirPods or Beats headphones:

Another important note: your iPhone or iPad must be locked with the screen turned off so that Siri can read you messages.

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It may be enabled by defualt, but it is worth checking and adjusting the settings while you are there .


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Turn it on, adjust the settings

After I updated my iPhone to iOS 13.2, the function was already turned on, but it doesn't hurt to check if that is the case and adjust the settings if you want. Open the Settings app and go to Notifications > Announce notifications with Siri .

At the top of the screen is a switch to enable the function and a section where supported apps are shown. It is currently limited to Messages. There is also an option to have Siri send a message after you have dictated it, without first reading it back to confirm that it is what you want to send. I abandon this because it is known that Siri completely misunderstands me, especially in noisy environments.

If you tap Messages you can select which messages Siri will read messages. Current options include messages from Favorites, Recent, Contacts, or Everyone.

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AirPods Pro is of course supported.


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Replying to a message

When you receive a new message and Siri reads it to you as soon as she stops talking, you can say "Reply" followed by what you want the message to say. When you finish talking, Siri will read the message back and confirm that you want to send it, or just send the message, depending on your settings.

It took me a few attempts to figure out exactly when I & # 39; Answer & # 39; had to say and how the whole function worked, but now that I have mastered it, I can see myself using it quite a bit.

Announcing messages with Siri is only one of the many functions in iOS 13 . Between the special dark mode improved Messages ap p and the ability to share what you are listening to with other AirPod users there is a lot of fun.


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