There's a lot you can do with Apple's virtual assistant -- and some things you can't do. For example, while Siri can send texts, search Twitter, and open up your front-facing camera, she can't adjust your device's ring volume something OK Google can do. Complicating the matter, Siri doesn't work exactly the same way on a Mac as she does on iOS. Apple hasn't published a complete list of Siri commands, though you can find a fairly comprehensive guide to Siri's abilities inside Siri herself open up Siri and say "Help" to see what she can do. So here's our unofficial guide to Siri commands and questions.
Pocket-lint - If you have an Apple device, you've probably met Siri , Apple's voice assistant. Siri is an interesting little assistant, sometimes useful, sometimes funny and other times, a sarcastic little so and so. To most questions you'll get a standard response with the information you need, such as the nearest supermarket. But there are a few questions you can ask Apple's Siri and a few sentences you can say to your virtual friend from Cupertino that will trigger some hilarious responses - awesome Siri Easter Eggs just waiting to be found! In case you didn't know, an "Easter Egg" is a hidden feature inside software that, predominantly, just serves to amuse rather than be for practical benefit.
Siri can make calls or send texts for you whether you are driving, have your hands full or are simply on the go. Set alarms, timers and reminders. Get directions.