iOS 17: How To Enable ‘Siri’ Instead of ‘Hey Siri’ On iPhone

Apple ensures its users get an effortless experience using Siri, the iPhone’s voice assistant. With the latest iOS 17 and macOS Sonoma update, Apple has made extensive enhancements within the Siri. While the users are habitual to calling on the Voice assistant by saying “Hey Siri,” now, with the newest iOS 17, users have to say “Siri” instead of “Hey Siri” in order to wake or access the Voice assistant. This new upgrade is available in the iPhone running on iOS 17, not just iPhone. You can configure this feature on your iPads and Macs as well. This article will teach you how you can enable “Siri” instead of “Hey Siri” on your iPhone.

Moreover, Apple has announced in its WWDC 2023 event that the company has made certain upgrades and enhancements within the iPhone’s voice assistant, Siri. Apple claims that this new update will make Siri more accurate and understandable. Furthermore, it can even respond to your voice when your iPhone is in the Standby mode on iOS 17. Nevertheless, the main highlight of the whole event is replacing the wake phrase of the voice assistant from Hey Siri to just Siri. 

How to enable Siri instead of Hey Siri on an iPhone running iOS 17?

Although Siri will respond to your voice whenever you speak “Siri,” that doesn’t imply that saying Hey Siri will not work. You can use both phrases in order to activate Siri on your iPhone. Here are the steps to enable Siri Instead of Hey Siri on your iPhone:

  • On your iPhone running iOS 17, open the Settings app.
  • Now scroll down and select the Siri and Search tab.
  • Here, tap on the Listen for option.
  • Now select the Siri or Hey Siri option to use both keywords.

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