iPhone will now help identify coronavirus

Against the background of the growing tension in the USA against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, Apple has updated the software for iPhone smartphones, in particular, expanding the functionality of Siri’s personal assistant.

Now Siri voice assistant will help iPhone users determine if they are infected with a coronavirus. First you need to ask a direct question: “Hey Siri, do I have a coronavirus?” After that, a personal assistant will offer you to answer “yes” or “no” to a few questions that will help determine your condition.

Siri will ask if you have a fever, cough, or shortness of breath. If you answer yes, Siri will clarify how severe these symptoms are. If you are at a loss for answers, Siri will offer to call the emergency number.

If you answer the first question “no”, then Siri will clarify whether you have contacted a person whose coronavirus has been detected.

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