If you’ve used an iPhone or an Apple device, you’re probably familiar with Siri. “Siri” is a built-in digital assistant on Apple devices that is controlled by direct voice to search or perform tasks on the device at the request of the user. You can ask questions, ask Siri to show you something, or do things for you when you’re not hands-free.
In this article, we will refer to another pretty good trick in taking advantage of Siri on iPhone, which is to “force” Siri to read the battery percentage every time you charge or unplug the iPhone or iPad battery. As follows.
Start the Shortcuts app and tap the “Automation” tab, then tap “Create Personal Automation”. Then find and tap “Charger”.
Tick both the “Connected” and “Disconnected” options so that Siri “works” every time you charge or unplug the battery.
Tap “Add Task”. Then enter the keyword “Battery” in the search box, click on the result line “Get battery level information”.
Continue to click on the Search option and enter the keyword “Read” in the box, then click on the result line “Read text”.
Now to Siri’s voice customization, click the arrow icon to expand the customization of the battery level reading option. Here we can adjust the language, reading speed, etc. of Siri.
By default, Siri will read the battery percentage, so you can add before and after “battery level” other words to make Siri’s sentences more vivid.
After the setup is complete, please cancel the “Ask before running” option and make sure that its 02 extension options are also not activated as shown. And click “Done” to save.
Finally, go to Settings > Siri & Search, then tap on “Siri Feedback”.
Set this option to “Always” to let Siri read the battery percentage even when the screen is locked.
Now try plugging in your iPhone to check the results.
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