Apple’s voice assistant, Siri, can help solve your phone-related troubles.
Read moreThe app, which has been around since 2007, is built on the Google Now-based assistant, which is designed to help you make decisions.
It is a powerful tool, but Siri is also far from perfect.
Siri doesn’t offer much context on its own, meaning you may need to ask your friend to explain a situation.
Siri also sometimes fails to understand context and can miss important things, like the fact that a car is about to turn into a pedestrian.
But that doesn’t mean that Siri isn’t useful.
For example, a car in a crosswalk could give you a clue that a pedestrian is about a block away.
Siri can also be helpful if you have trouble finding directions to an appointment.
And when you’re in the middle of a stressful day, Siri can be helpful.
Siri has been known to provide you with tips on how to solve your problems, like telling you to check your email or to “ask your mom.”
But sometimes it can’t quite deliver on its promise of helping you solve problems.
For instance, in some situations Siri can get stuck.
Siri’s “Ask Siri” feature can help resolve these issues.
As with most apps, the best way to use Siri is to do so by asking it a few simple questions.
If you ask Siri the right questions, it will give you answers that can help.
For example, here’s a question Siri might ask:”Why is it raining?”
I have a lot of rain,” and so on.
The answer you get may vary depending on the specific situation.
But it should come with a positive message about your weather.