If you don’t know how to make Siri talk when the iPhone is plugged in, it is a really simple process on iOS 14 and we are going help you out in this guide.
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Charging your iPhone is essential, because you do not want you to run out of battery, but connecting your phone to the charger and disconnecting it can be the most boring or mechanical task compared to any other of the actions on your iPhone. But that is about to change.
With the arrival of iOS 14, you can customize a message for Siri to say out loud what you want every time you connect and disconnect your iPhone from the charger. This detail can make your day for you or whoever listens to it, in addition to fulfilling the function of confirming with an audio that your phone is actually charging.
What would you like Siri to say when you plug in your iPhone charger? Imagine Siri’s voice saying “Just what I needed”, “plugged in”, “I already got the batteries”, “ready to work” or whatever you want.
How to make Siri talk when the iPhone is plugged in on iOS 14?
In the last few days, you have probably seen some examples of people who have managed to get their iPhone to tell them something every time they connect or disconnect it from the charger. If you have asked yourself how to do it, you should know that the process is very simple can be done thanks to Shortcuts. To make Siri talk when the iPhone is plugged in on iOS 14 keep reading.
So, if you don’t have it already installed on your phone, the first thing you should do is to download the ‘Shortcuts’ application from the App Store. Once the app is open, follow the steps shown below:
- Go to ‘Automation’ and click on ‘Create personal automation’. If you have already created one previously, click on the (+) icon and then on ‘Create personal automation’.
- Scroll down to the ‘Loader’ option, select ‘Is Connected’, and click ‘Next’.
- In the search box below, where it says ‘Search apps and actions’, type the word “text” or “speak” and, in the ‘Actions’ section, choose ‘Speak Test’.
- Write the message you want where it says ‘Text’ (it will be what Siri says when you connect the charger) and click ‘Next’.
- Here, it is important that you make sure that the ‘Request confirmation’ option is turned off.
- Confirm the automation by tapping ‘OK’ and you’re done.
If you also want Siri to tell you something when you disconnect the phone from the charger, just repeat the same process by choosing ‘Is Disconnected.”
How to make Siri notify when the battery is finished charging?
This shortcut makes your iPhone announce when the battery reaches 100% charge (or whatever percentage you decide) so you know that it is already charged.
- Open the Shortcuts app and click on the “+” button to create a new Shortcut
- Click on Create personal automation
- Click on the Charger option
- Make sure that only the “Battery level” option is checked , choose “Equal to 100%” (or “is above 95%” if you don’t want to rush to the end) and press next
- Click on Add action
- Find “Read text with voice”
- Enter the message you want Siri to read in the Text section (for example, “The iPhone has already been charged”)
- Press Show more and modify the options for voice type, language, speed, etc. (⚠ Notice: In my case, I had to choose the voice Monica because Siri female did not say anything)
- Click Next and, on the summary screen, uncheck the option “Request confirmation”
Now every time you plug the charger into power, Siri will loudly announce when the iPhone is fully charged.
After completing the steps in this how to, from now on, when the iPhone is plugged in, Siri will talk. You can make it say basically anything, so we leave this to your imagination.