Find out what Siri can do on iPhone
Use Siri on iPhone to get information and perform tasks.
Find answers to your questions: Find information from the web, get sports scores, get arithmetic calculations, and more. Say something like “Hey Siri, what causes a rainbow,” “Hey Siri, what was the score of the Orioles game yesterday,” or “Hey Siri, what’s the derivative of cosine x?”
When Siri displays a web link, you can tap it to see more information in Safari.
Perform tasks with apps on iPhone: Use Siri to control apps with your voice. For example, to create an event in Calendar, say something like “Hey Siri, set up a meeting with Gordon at 9,” or to add an item to Reminders, say something like “Hey Siri, add artichokes to my groceries list.”
When the onscreen response from Siri includes buttons or controls, you can tap them to take further action.
Translate languages: Say something like “Hey Siri, how do you say Thank You in Mandarin?” or “Hey Siri, what languages can you translate?”
Play a radio station: Say something like “Hey Siri, play Wild 94.9” or “Hey Siri, tune into ESPN Radio.”
Listen and respond to messages using AirPods: (AirPods Pro and AirPods 2nd generation; iOS 13.2) When your iPhone is locked, your AirPods are connected to it, and a message arrives, Siri reads the message to you. You can then tell Siri how to reply.
Let Siri show you more examples: Say something like “Hey Siri, what can you do?” You can also tap after you summon Siri.
Additional examples appear throughout this guide. To learn more about Siri, go to the Siri website.