Apple Inc is by all accounts revealing another feature that gives sound based news through Podcasts application when asked Siri, as indicated by Mac Rumors. Prior, the feature was found in iOS 11.2.5 beta.
The site guarantees that they found the new Siri feature on gadgets running iOS 11.2, iOS 11.2.2 (the present version of iOS) and iOS 11.2.5.
So when a user approaches Siri about the news update for the day through “Hey Siri” command, it brings the podcast news from NPR in the United States. But users can request that Siri switch the news source from Fox News, CNN, or The Washington Post. And likewise set some different news channel of course.
The Podcasts application will give out news in view of the nation the user is in; for instance, in the UK Siri will give news from local news distributions like BBC, Sky News, or LBC.
The new feature is as a rule fundamentally created for Apple’s up and coming HomePod speakers, the report said. This feature is intended for users who need to know the news without having to look at their iPhone or iPad’s display.
The users can get the news while utilizing CarPlay or earphones while driving. But if you enact Siri by utilizing the Home button and request the news update then it will demonstrate to you the content based news rather than sound.
MacRumors has affirmed that the new sound news feature has been taken off to Apple gadgets in the US and UK running on iOS 11 and above versions.