My main phone is my iPhone 7: jet black, 256 GB. I love it, and I’m keeping it til it ceases functioning entirely. However, it is right now on its way to Apple because, after getting the battery and screen replaced, exactly 2 weeks later the battery started swelling. So my old iPhone 6 (space gray, 128 GB) is my backup phone. I noticed this the last time I used it as my backup when I first got my screen and battery replaced in my 7 (I went to the store in person then). As the Apple store nearest me is 1.5 hours away, I decided to ship it in this time since the repairs are still under warranty. So here’s my issue. If I ask Siri, “Play (insert song, playlist, artist, album, etc.)”, she says, “Ok, playing (insert correct song, playlist, artist, album, etc.)”, but nothing ever actually happens. This happened even when I did a DFU restore as a new iPhone, too. And it’s happening this time when I restored from my iPhone 7 backup. I don’t have any problems with my 7. My iPhone 6 still looks like it just came off the assembly line, while my 7 looks like it’s been through WWIII, so I can’t think anything is damaged. Siri just refuses to play music on my iPhone 6. Also, all my music is physically on my phone, not in the cloud or anything. I like to have my library on my phone. Any suggestions? Like I said, it even happened when I did a full DFU restore and set it up as a new phone, too, as well as when I restored it from a backup. Edit: Also, all other Siri functions work normally and as expected. It’s only playing music that doesn’t seem to work.