- Hey Siri, do I have any voicemails?
- Hey Siri, play my voicemail messages.
- Hey Siri, check my call history.
- Hey Siri, who called me?
- Hey Siri, send an email.
- Hey Siri, send an email to (name of person).
Before the release of iOS 15.2, asking Siri any of those questions resulted in this response from Apple’s digital assistant: “Sorry, I can’t help with that.” Talk about adding insult to injury. But now, when you ask Siri to perform one of the above tasks, she will gladly do so.
Plenty of iPhone and iPad bugs were killed off in iOS 15.2 and iPadOS 15.2
Several bug fixes were part of iOS 15.2 including one that prevented Siri from working when using the VoiceOver feature with your iPhone locked. VoiceOver is another feature found in Settings > Accessibility and it allows a person to use his iPhone even if he can’t see the screen through the use of hand gestures. The update also exterminated a bug that made ProRAW images appear over-exposed in third-party editing apps.
A bug that prevented VoiceOver from working under certain conditions was exterminated in iOS 15.2