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Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by zoran, Aug 13, 2016.
How can i set 3 alarms per day so that i can be reminded of things i need to do?
"hey siri, please set the alarm for 4 pm everyday"
"hey siri, please set the alarm for 3 pm everyday"
"hey siri, please set the alarm for 6 pm everyday"
Open Clock app, set first alarm. Set second alarm. Set third alarm. Close clock app.
Calendar App, Reminder App or Clock app.
How do i ask siri?
Hold the home button down until it comes up.
You can use the Alarm feature in the Clock app to set different alarms.
Can i change the alarm sound type or the intensity?
You can see what options are available as you are setting the alarms. Generally you can pick a particular tone/sound/music you want to use and a vibration pattern of you want as well.
Had to check the date to make sure this wasn't from 7 years ago.
OP.. open up calendar and you can put reminders for anytime throughout the day
Have you ever used an iPhone before? Have you ever explored the options and tried things out for yourself? The answers to all of your questions are available simply by tapping intuitive options on your phone.
I'm so confused by your confusion.
Exactly, iOS is pretty intuitive.
Reminders app support article: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205890
Calendar app support article syncing with iCloud.com: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202337
I couldn't find one on the clock app or alarm app from Apples website, but the above two articles should help.
I´m the new guy here and I really don´t want to offend someone, but come on... What will you ask next?
"How do I touch the screen?" or "Should I speak when someone calls me?"
My inlaws are in their late 60s, and they love their iPhones... but their questions are literally like the OP's. They love Apple Care because they can call every week and talk to support for hours about how to add a contact. But first they need a full explanation of what the "Home screen" is.
It's cute and funny at first, until you realize the lack of intellectual curiosity, and self doubt behind it.
I could be old also you know! ;-)