How to Enable Siri “Raise to Speak” to Hear Command Responses via Ear Speaker

Siri helps you to use your voice to write messages, schedule meetings, search the web, and so much more. Ask Siri to do things just by talking, and she will totally understand what you mean. Siri is so easy to use and does so much; you’ll keep finding more and more ways to use this great service from Apple. All you have to do is to say what you want to do and instead of typing, tap the microphone icon on the keyboard, then say what you want to say and when you finish just tap Done, and your words are converted automatically to text.

With the new iOS7 system we have been able to change Siri’s voice into male and female and also control other new options with it. You might already know that you can adjust Siri’s sound volume in a separate way from your device so that you can adjust it the way you want. We all know that Siri responses to your requests through the speakers, but what if there is a new way to make Siri speak responses through the ear speaker? Wouldn’t that be better?

In fact Siri is a very very smart feature from iPhone that keeps surprising us with its responses and options. This feature which is called “Raise to Speak” makes Siri smart enough to know when to only play responses through the ear speakers in the same way you hear phone calls. You can simply turn that feature On by launching Settings then go to “General” and choose Siri. Here you will find the “Raise to Speak” option and all you have to do is to flip the switch and turn it On. The way this feature works is by bringing the iPhone up near your ears just like you are talking on the phone and Siri will sense and immediately respond right through the ear speakers.

How to Enable Siri “Raise to Speak” to Hear Command Responses via Ear Speaker

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