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5 Things You Didn't Know You Can Do With The New Siri

Be honest, how often have you used Siri?

That one time to annoy her by asking what zero divided by zero was? Or when you accidentally hit a button that made her appear and you thought it best to ask her something rather than upset her? 

In truth, it's weird talking to a phone when there's nobody really there - we're still not used to conversing with robots. 

But with iOS 9, Siri has evolved from an automated Q&A service to an all-powerful, predictive assistant. 

Here are five things Siri can now do that you're going to find really useful.

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