6 responses

  1. no way
    January 25, 2018

    Why would you type to siri, just type if you’re not going to use siri. Another idiotic suggestion.

    • Cory
      January 25, 2018

      “no way”, that’s a tad bit rude as this is a very useful suggestion for some people. It is in Accessibility for a reason. Typing to interact with Siri is probably more useful for the tech savvy people who are faster with typing than speaking for one, but aside from that it is necessary if you have verbal difficulties, or if Siri just doesn’t understand you. This includes some disabled people, or even if you are hoarse and lost your voice from a cold or from singing. Also there are many people in the world with accents that Siri can not figure out, including strong southern US accents and thick Irish and British accents.

      Think outside of your shell and don’t be obnoxious just because you don’t like something. If you don’t like something, don’t use it. I don’t use Siri much myself but I turned this on and I’m trying it out to see if I can get more use out of it. Try it yourself too, you might like it too mate. Like a kid eating broccoli!

      • Evgen
        January 25, 2018

        I have tried it sitting in cafe. I’ve typed to Siri asking to recognize band playing in background. It works.

      • no way
        January 26, 2018

        Yes lets have unnecessary additional steps to a simple operation so it confuses people.


  2. yes way
    January 25, 2018

    @no way

    Where’s your toggle switch that will quiet you up? Another idiotic comment (by you). Tee-roll.

  3. Randall
    February 2, 2018

    I’m not seeing the mic icon on my keyboard and it is the apple default…?!

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