How to Use iPhone Voice Command on iPhone 3GS

iPhone 3G S supports voice control for dialing a number and playing music. This is pretty important to us parents especially when we are taking multitasking to new levels. Below is a video clip that shows how to make a call using voice dial. To initiate this you need to press and hold on the Home button, and say a command, such as “call Mike”.

 

 

 

I first thought this is a software upgrade and it will work on my iPhone 3G with OS 3.0 update, but it did not work. You need to have iPhone 3G S to use this. 

Voice command supports many languages, including the ones listed below.  To modify the language settings go to Settings > General > International > Voice Control

  •     Chinese (Cantonese)
  •     Chinese (China)
  •     Chinese (Taiwan)
  •     Dutch
  •     English (UK)
  •     English (US)
  •     Finnish
  •     French (Canada)
  •     French (France)
  •     German
  •     Italian
  •     Japanese
  •     Korean
  •     Norwegian
  •     Polish
  •     Portuguese (Brazil)
  •     Portuguese (Portugal)
  •     Russian
  •     Spanish (Mexico)
  •     Spanish (Spain)
  •     Swedish

  

Did you try the Voice Commands? Did it work for you? Drop us a comment.


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