Same here with my Lexus....Not really any different than pushing the A/C button or fiddling with GPS. This is my first SIRI enabled phone. It is nice to use to have her read me txts etc versus having to fiddle with the screen and risk accidents. I do find myself sometimes making the mistake of activating the voice recognition in my car and giving her SIRI commands and vice versa.In my Audi i put the phone in the holder next to the shifter so that I can press the home button and activate siri without looking. She then works through Bluetooth connection. I wish that there was a button on the wheel though.
I don't think Ford is a partner of Apple to launch Siri Eyes Free.Ford has a car coming out, which integrate w Siri, you can touch a button on wheel to activate Siri.
I gotta try that, I did not think it worked that way in my 2012 Infiniti, what kind of car do you drive?It has existed for years, they just want to rebrand the action button on BT as Siri.
Anyways, I just press the action button (the bluetooth button) and Siri pops up.
Depends on the stereo. It sounds like in your case it's the stereo responding to you, not the phone. On my it just passes the button press to the phone, and I can use Siri.Nope, I hit the bluetooth button and it asks if I want Navagation, phone or a whole bunch of other crap but no Siri
Which aftermarket stereo are you using?Aftermarket stereo, if your car has a button for Bluetooth then that is the button that will rise Siri