This year marks the first time that Apple excludes the home button of new iPhones. If you could be a bit baffled from a Home Button iPhone to a new X  X S Max or X R  if you want to perform basic tasks, such as activating Siri. While you can no longer hold down the Home button, there's a new method that's just as fast.
Apple would not give up the Home button and all its features without developing a new system equally well. With the iPhone X last year, this new system came in three parts – Face ID, Gestures, and the Page Button. These three parts work together to ensure that a buttonless iPhone display does not sacrifice usability for the new.
To say the obvious, you do not need a button to access Siri on any iPhone. "Hey Siri" does the job. Of course, if you prefer not to say "Hey Siri," you'll want to know how to activate Siri quietly.
Luckily, it's no more complicated than on your old iPhone. Simply press and hold the side key, sometimes referred to as the power key or sleep / wake key. After a fraction of a second, Siri will pop up again
If Type to Siri is enabled, this will display the action pull up so you can type your questions to Siri instead of speaking them. If you want to talk to Siri, you need to tap the dictation icon on your keyboard, which in turn writes down your question so you can ask for it.
There is one drawback when you remap Siri to a physical button, one that the iPhone 7 seems to have solved. It is now much easier to accidentally activate Siri, as it is with the Home buttons for the iPhone 6 S and earlier. Be careful how you carry your new X  X S Max, or X S – you do not want to
But this is not all that is new with Siri on your new iPhone – it runs iOS 12, which means you get access to the 11 all-new digital assistant updates. Read our guide below to find out how to use them all.
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