Turn Off Siri’s Voice
If you're in a meeting or another situation where you'd like Siri to be quiet but still functional, you can enable a setting so that Siri replies only with text.
There are two ways you can control Siri's voice so responses are text only. Go to Settings > General > Siri and tap on Voice Feedback. Selecting Control with Ring Switch will let you silence your phone and Siri's voice at will. To disable Siri's voice feedback altogether except when using touchless control, select HandsFree Only. When you ask Siri a question, you'll get the same response as always, but as text. If you use "Hey Siri,” then Siri will still respond by speaking. Find the Owner of a Lost iPhone or iPad
If you've come across somebody's lost iPhone and would like to figure out who it belongs to, Siri can help! Simply ask Siri who the owner is and Siri will display their contact information. But you need to phrase the question the right way.
To find out the owner of a lost iPhone or iPad, simply ask Siri: 1) Who owns this iPhone (or iPad)? or 2) Who does this iPhone (or iPad) belong to? If you ask the wrong way, Siri will tell you to ask Apple or will slip into flippant mode and simply say, "Interesting question." Note: this tip works only if the owner has Siri enabled on their Lock screen.
It's so much easier to use your calendar with Siri instead of entering the information manually. But did you know that you can also edit events that you've already scheduled?
To edit an event using Siri, you can simply say, "Change my Tuesday appointment at 2 o'clock to 2:15." Siri will respond, "OK, I'll make that change to your appointment. Shall I schedule it?" You can also use Siri to change the time, title, attendees, or location of an appointment simply by saying, for example, "Change the location of my Tuesday appointment at 2 o'clock." Use Siri to Search Photos
If you take a ton of pictures, then you understand how much trouble it can be to sift through them manually. Luckily, Siri makes the process much easier. Simply tell Siri to pull up the images you're looking for and the digital assistant will show you your photos according to the date, time, or location you specified in your request.
To do this, determine the date or general time or location of the photos you want to find, and then activate Siri by pressing and holding the Home button. Next, say something like, "Show me photos from Myrtle Beach last December." The photos with matching time and location stamps will appear, divided by day.