iPhone supports Siri voice shutdown after Apple iOS 16 Beta 5 update

iOS 16 Beta 5 shows support for Siri voice shut down, and the "Cancel" and "Confirm" buttons have been Chineseized. Apple today released the iOS 16 developer preview version Beta 5, bringing some changes in details, including the iPhone's bangs screen status bar began to support the display of battery percentages. Apple is expected to launch the official version of the iOS 16 system at the iPhone 14 series conference in September this year.

Previously, some netizens reported that after upgrading to iOS 16 Beta 4, the iPhone already supports the use of Siri's new voice shutdown. Now, according to the latest feedback, Apple has canceled the iPhone Siri voice shutdown function in the iOS 16 Beta 5 update. The previous traditional reminder. You need to hold down the physical button and drag the on-screen slider.

In iOS 16 Beta 4, after calling Siri to shut down, a pop-up window will prompt, "Confirm, do you want to turn off the power of this device?" The two buttons are "Cancel" on the left and "Confirm" on the right, click the "Confirm" ” button or continue the voice operation to power off.

In the official version of iOS 15.6, calling Siri to turn off the voice will remind you "To turn off your iPhone, press and hold the power button, and then drag the slider that appears on the screen." It is still the usual shutdown method.

In iOS 16, the new Siri function can directly run the corresponding shortcut command when the app is downloaded, without setting. Users can add emojis when sending messages, choose to automatically send messages without the user having to confirm first, and simply use a simple voice command like "Hey Siri, hang up" to hang up the phone and FaceTime without having to do it.

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