To activate the iPhone's voice wizard, pronouncing 'Dis Siri' is often the fastest method. But it is possible to wake Siri by holding down the main button. A feature that should disappear on the iPhone 8 because of the lack of main button below the screen. According to the developer iOS Guilherme Rambo, Apple would have found another solution: According to a post published on Twitter, users of the next iPhone will be able to launch Siri using the On/Off button, present on the right slice of the smartphone.
Based on the latest speculations on the future iPhone Edition, so far known as the iPhone 8, it seems that the physical home button with the fingerprint sensor will be removed from the front of the device, finding itself Possibly at the back. Indeed, to date Apple's vocal assistant can be invoked by pressing the Home button at length on the iDevices, which is handy if you don't want to shout The Voice command 'Hey Siri!' Now, as Guilherme Rambo noted after analyzing the source code, the future iPhone 8 will allow users to launch Siri by pressing the ON/off button at length instead of the main button.
The iPhone 8 should not be equipped with Home button, which poses a problem for some features. This is especially the case for Siri which has been activated so far by pressing the Home button or from the Voice function. So Apple would be rethinking a new system to activate its wizard on the iPhone 8.
The users know, Siri is active in two ways today: by remaining pressed the Home button for a good second or by saying aloud 'Say Siri'. The Voice function 'Dis Siri' should remain, there is no reason that Apple withdrew it. However, it could add a new possibility of activation: the On/OFF button. If the latter remains activated via a voice call, Apple has thought of at least an alternative way to launch the wizard.
What if the lock button replaced the Home physical button on the iPhone 8?
This would be at least the case for the call of the vocal assistant Siri, teaches us the developer Guilherme Rambo who was the first to spot this novelty in the source code of iOS 11.
A secret button, which would make use of the Siri virtual assistant, should make its debut on the iPhone 8. The famous developer says that he discovered a command that allows you to use the iPhone's ignition button to call Siri, the Apple virtual assistant. By holding the 'on' button on the iPhone 8 pressed for a few seconds, the user could call Siri.