Siri for Apple TV 4: How does it work? [Video]

Strengthening its position in the smart TV market Apple is now dealing in its fourth generation of Apple TV. It has not been too long for Apple TV 4 launch and it is still making good impression besides the high talks about the iPad Pro in the market. Fresh update of Apple TV was out after much anticipation. Though the users of fourth generation Apple TV missed the video subscription service but with the Siri functions it simple changes the way you interact with your TV So we will here discuss how to interact with Siri for Apple TV 4.

The changes on the Apple TV 4 following the arrival of the Siri are remarkable but it is not the first time for the voice control service in television. Microsoft already has the features enabled on its Xbox Kinect. The move inspired other manufacturers too, to bring the amazing feature onto their devices. However, with the Siri  for Apple TV 4, Apple seems to have got the edge over others in many areas.

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Apple has made the interaction with TV more like a natural conversation which makes operating your TV more interactive. And as it has been the experience on the iPhone and iPad, the Siri comes performing any task which you might have not thought. Thus many of the users of the Siri never go to the real capabilities of the voice assistant service. The same case we observe with the Apple TV when it gets the Siri, you may have been missing a number of interesting tricks that the Siri is capable of doing.

A short video might help taking you to the limits of the Siri, so you may take the best out of it. Here we bring you a similar video which takes you through the Siri opening up the ways to some nice tricks which can be employed on the Siri enabled Apple TV.

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