According to MacRumors website, sir is a virtual assistant on Apple devices, equal to Amazon ‘s Alex, Microsoft ‘s Cortana, and google ‘s Google Assistant. Siri is available across most of Apple’s devices, including iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, Apple TV, and HomePod. You can ask siri all sorts of questions, from simple queries about the weather to more complex questions about everything from sports scores to the number of calories in food. Siri can also enable or disable settings, find content, set alarms and reminders, place calls and texts, and many more.
This guide covers the basics of Siri, including some of the commands you can use to activate Siri, devices that have Siri included, and devices that support more advanced hands-free “Hey Siri” commands.
On an iPhone or iPad, Siri can be activated by holding the Home button on compatible models or holding the Side button on devices without a Home button. On iOS 14 and later, on the iPhone and the iPad, Siri pops up as a small icon at the bottom of the device’s display.
On the Macbook, you can click on the Siri app icon on the dock or the menu bar, or press and hold the command key and the space bar. On a Mac with a Touch Bar, you can press the Siri icon on the Touch Bar. On 2018 MacBook Air and Pro models or the iMac Pro, you can activate Siri with a “Hey Siri” command.