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IN Science & Technology ON 10 Aug, 2015
Siri is probably one of the most amazing things Apple came up with and it is updated with wonderful features since its launch. Recently, another feather was added in the techno-hat of the application: Siri will have your back, if you get kidnapped from now on.
Siri has been updated with a new code that will call the cops if the user is in some trouble. When the iPhone and iPad users will ask Siri to "charge my phone 100 percent", it will automatically call 911 within five seconds.
Though Apple hasn’t officially announced the new code and we aren’t sure about this thing, but if true, this new update in the Siri app will take the application world to a grand new level.
Probably Siri is merely reacting to the number after the word ‘phone’. If you ask Siri to “charge my phone 911 percent”, it will automatically dial 911, but numbers other than 100 or 911 will be dialled as it is.
We hope people do not embezzle the command and use it only in emergency situations.
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