Here is how to use Siri to detect your parked car

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iOS 10 is making our daily tasks better and quicker, removing small annoyances that once ruined our day. iOS 10 comes with tons of useful apps and features ranging from facial recognition in Photos app to visual link-sharing in Messages. One of the best things about iOS 10 is that Apple has finally opened its virtual assistant, Siri to third-party developers, so you now can use voice commands to request a ride, send a message in WhatsApp or Linkedln.

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If you are now using an iPhone running iOS 10 or later, you may not have noticed that you now can use Siri to detect your parked car. Cool, isn’t it? This could be a perfect way to find your car parked in the middle of a large parking lot you’re unfamiliar with. In this tutorial, we will run you through the steps to use Siri to detect your parked car

How to use Siri to detect your parked car

Step one: First and foremost, you have to launch Siri on your iPhone by simply pressing and holding on the Home button or you can say “Hey Siri” to activate Siri (Make sure that you are using an iPhone 6s or later)

Step two: Once you have enabled Siri on your iPhone, you now can say “Hey Siri, remember where I parked my car.” Once you are done, you will see a car icon depicting the car’s last known position in the parking lot.

Step three: Once you have marked your car’s location in the Maps app, you now can launch the Maps app and walk towards your parked car

Step four: Once you have found your car, you can say something like “Hey Siri, forget where I parked my car.” In this way, Siri will remove the location where you parked your car. You can repeat the process the next time you park your car in the middle of a huge parking lot.

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That’s how to use Siri to find your parked car. This is pretty handy feature for those who frequently navigate during long road trips.

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