If we talk about virtual assistants, Siri is undoubtedly one of the most complete on the market due to its large number of actions that improve the user’s day-to-day life. To make calls, play music, create alarms and reminders, all you have to do is say ‘Hey Siri’ and make the corresponding indication. The best thing is that with each update, Apple increased the number of commands that Siri can perform and with the shortcuts function, now it would only be a matter of using the imagination to establish what we want to do with the Apple voice.
When it comes to batteries, there is no specific command that allows Siri to notify us when it is already charged; however, there is an option linked to the shortcuts that can make this possibility a reality. That is why in this note we will tell you the step by step so that you can access this new command.
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How to do it?
The first thing is to go to the Automation tab within the application, to later access the ‘Create New Automation’ option.
Within all the options offered by this category, for this shortcut, we have to look for those related to the battery. Among the options offered, we must choose the one that says ‘Battery level’, and, once inside, drag the bar to 100%, so that Siri will notify us when the phone is fully charged.
Once this is done, the last step is simply to select the action that we want our iPhone to perform when our battery is fully charged. And it’s as simple as looking for the ‘Read text with voice’ action, and specifying the phrase that we want Siri to say to us when our phone is fully charged. A simple phrase is recommended and it simply tells us without too many words, such as “iPhone battery fully charged”.
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The last step is simply to confirm that we want this action to always be carried out from now on, for which we have to reject the option to ‘Request confirmation’.
And ready. Here you have all the steps. Once you have activated it, you can forget about checking every five minutes if your phone is fully charged. You dare?