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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by SRLMJ23, Nov 9, 2011.
I had absolutely no clue about it.
haha, I learned about it on the first day; it was right there in the Siri section of settings.
It's in the Siri options, and I did know about it. However, it only seems to work for me when I'm at the lock screen with the screen on. At any other time, Siri won't recognise I'm there.
From day one. It's a good way to look less silly when using Siri around other people
I did, it was in all the things I read about Siri
Well I know about it now but I had no clue until this site posted it a few minutes ago. I just overlooked the feature completely when I turned Siri on.
The real question is how many of you DIDN'T know. Once you go into the settings to turn it on you can see the option there.
I learned about it shortly after MR first mentioned it.
I learned about it the first day but havent used Siri at all lately.
Maybe this is leading to the bad battery life some people are seeing in their iPhones????
I noticed it right when I got the phone and I would like to use it, but it barely ever works properly so I ended up disabling it.
I learned it on the first day.
Knew about it. Doesn't work consistently enough for me to bother with it.
Knew about it, but only recently found out that the screen had to be on to activate. Thought it was broken!
What is Raise To Speak?
Mike (who might own a 4S by this time tomorrow)
Me either. I tried to figure out what I was "doing wrong" but I soon found it simply inconsistent so gave up on it. Too bad since it is a nice feature.
I do leave the option on, however. I find if I press and hold home button to access Siri, and then raise to speak, it always works and I can speak lower and hear the result in the phone speaker.