N/APosted on - 06/07/2012
According to a 9 to 5 Mac report, Siri will make the move from iPhone to iPad, where it will be able to execute all commands except those relating to making calls.
Siri for iPad is expected to take up a small portion of the screen, overlapping whatever app is open at the time rather than the full screen version on the iPhone.
What types of command does Siri don’t really know how to give an answer?
IPhone’s and iPad’s Siri the intelligent assistant
There are lots of available commands that you can use with Siri. Here are some of the commands that you can use:
new line move to the next line — is just like pressing the hard return or the Enter key on the keyboard
new paragraph to start a new paragraph
all caps — makes the next word all upper case. For example:
You are about to fall all caps stop right there, will result in:
You are about to fall STOP right there
all caps on .. all caps off — to set which words or sets of words will be changed to upper case. For example:
You are about to fall all caps on stop right there all caps off or else, will result in:
You are about to fall STOP RIGHT THERE or else
no caps — will change the next word to lower case. This is the opposite of all caps. For example:
Where is no caps Peter and where is no caps Lucy now, will result in:
Where is peter and where is lucy now
If you are interested to know other sets of commands that are available for Siri, please visit iPhone 4S — iPhoneForums.net.