Here’s a Cool Siri Feature to Place Outgoing Calls Directly on Speaker in iPhone

In this article, we will share a quick iPhone tip which will help you to make outgoing calls directly on speaker. It will be useful in situations where it is not convenient to tap on the speaker to enable it. It can be while driving, cooking etc. when this feature will be handy to use.

Enable Speaker Straight away for Outgoing Calls on iOS using Siri

Personal assistants on our smartphones have given us a lot of power in terms of achieving the tasks hands-free. This is yet another instance where Siri, personal assistant for iOS can help you to place calls with speakerphone turned on directly hands-free.

There are a plenty of tasks Siri can accomplish for you. This is one of them. So, let’s get to it.

Enable Speaker Straight away for Outgoing Calls: iOS

Before proceeding ahead, make sure you have turned on Siri.

Go to Settings app > Siri > Toggle Siri to On.

Now, activate Siri by long-pressing the Home button.

Then ask Siri any one of the following.

1. Call [Contact Name] on speaker

2. Call [Contact Name] on speakerphone

3. Use Speaker to Call [Contact Name]

4.  Use Speakerphone to Call [Contact Name]

Of course, you need to replace Contact Name with the name of your desired contact.

If there are multiple contacts with the same name then it will ask which one to call as in my case.

Place Calls Directly on Speaker using Siri on iPhone

Speak the desired one and Voila!

Siri will place a call and put it on speakerphone right away.

Make calls directly on Speakerphone using Siri on iOS

Here a few more terrific Siri features.

1. How to get Siri to read anything out loud

2. Place Outgoing Calls Directly on Speaker in iPhone

3. Find Out Mac Battery Cycle Count

We hope you found this feature of Siri effective. If you think this article adds some value then tip us by sharing it on social media.

Do you know about any other Siri trick? Share with us in the comments section.


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