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Finally Apple allows iPhone to stay silent in pockets


With iOS 10.2 we finally got the option in accessibility settings to define for the home button that it should not activate voice control or Siri.



For years I hated it when accidentally voice control turned on with iPhone in my pockets. Depending on what the iPhone recognized, it dialed people or played music. I did disable voice calling and Siri, but the voice control for music stayed on. Now Apple added the switch we needed for at least 5 years!

For me the best feature of 10.2 and a reason to upgrade immediately.
Anyone else so happy?
21 12 16 - 19:35
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