For me, it's works fine most of the time, but when I'm in the car, it's been really hit-and-miss. The movement is probably not the same with sitting and having the steering wheel in front of you.I'm undecided right now. I like using Siri on my watch, and I use it quite a lot. I've been unintentionally addressing Siri far too often with the new raise to talk to Siri though.
S3 or S4?I've been having trouble getting it to work consistently. Is there some trick to get it to work all the time?
The former.I can’t get it to work at all. When you raise your wrist is Siri suppose to come on with listening animation or should I start talking immediately after I raise my wrist?
So raise the wrist and start talking? Obviously I don’t need to say Hey Siri right?I think you mean latter. Siri listening animation doesn’t just automatically come on when you raise your wrist. You have to raise and then speak immediately, and then Siri comes on the screen. Never before.
That doesn’t even make sense. That’d mean Siri comes up every tine you raise your wrist, just to check the time? No you have to start talking, then Siri displays once it realizes you’re issuing a command.That is opposite to my experience.
That’s how it’s supposed to work. I’ve done it multiple times. Then other times it just does nothing and I have to say “hey Siri” first.So raise the wrist and start talking? Obviously I don’t need to say Hey Siri right?
S4S3 or S4?
I find that for my S3 I have to be very specific. It’s not only rasing the watch close to my mouth but also have to align the microphone facing my mouth too. It’s like talking to the microphone, otherwise it won’t trigger Siri.
This doesn’t make sense. You lift your wrist to your mouth you’ll see Siri comes up. Otherwise it shows time. Why would you want to see time when the watch is like an inch to your mouth?then how do you see the time, if all your watch ever shows is siri when you raise your wrist? lol