Siri and battery usage on iPhone

Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by jaredelguay, Feb 10, 2017.

  1. jaredelguay macrumors newbie

    jaredelguay

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    Has anyone noticed an unexplained increase in battery use by Siri when you have an Apple Watch paired to your iPhone (regardless of whether you're actually using Siri)?

    I've been having issues with Siri and battery use and the only way I've discovered to "fix" it (that is, no reported battery use by Siri) is to unpair my watch and not use it. Re-pairing causes unexplained Siri use again.
     
  2. Newtons Apple Suspended

    Newtons Apple

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    Jacksonville, Florida
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    Not sure about what you seeing as Siri use. I guess if you are using the always on Siri function it would see some use, but I have that on all the time and it does not have any big effect on my battery.
     
  3. jaredelguay thread starter macrumors newbie

    jaredelguay

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    That's the point, there shouldn't be any battery use by Siri if all Siri features are disabled.
     

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