It's Super Bowl Sunday – but Apple is here to help with a new Siri upgrade
Tonight’s Super Bowl LI sees the Atlanta Falcons take on the New England Patriots in what could be a historic game.
With Tom Brady aiming to make history as the first quarterback to win the title five times, the match in Houston promises to be a thrilling encounter.
If you’re tuning in to the game, Apple has a nifty trick to make sure your game experience is as complete as possible – all thanks to Siri.
That’s right – it seems even your gadgets are catching Superbowl fever, as iPhone users around the world will be able to enjoy the big game in more depth than ever thanks to a football-themed expansion for Siri.
Apple’s voice-activated assistant is getting a number of new Super Bowl-themed features and commands for this weekend to ensure you don’t miss out on a second of the game or build up.
And you don’t even need to download any upgrades, as Siri will automatically be updated with the new additions thanks to Apple.
Siri can provide a huge amount of Super Bowl information
Siri can turn on your Apple TV to show the Super Bowl
If you have an Apple TV, you can now use Siri to tune in to the game for the very first time.
Simply tell Siri to “watch the Super Bowl” and your TV will fire up automatically.
Alternatively, Siri can also tell you what time the game is on, where it’s being played, and what channel to watch the game on.
If you’re away from a TV – you can check out Express.co.uk’s guide to watching the Super Bowl online here.
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Need to settle a Super Bowl debate? Siri has you covered
If you’re out and about watching the game, Siri will be able to provide a wealth of information and statistics for the big game, including team rosters, player comparisons, historical stats, season records and more.
So if you want to know which team had the best record this season, or which quarterback rushed more yards, Siri is there to help.
Siri can also help with game day planning by telling fans where to watch the game, who’s performing during the halftime show
It’ll also even remind you to pick up snacks if you’re heading out before game time, making sure your party goes off without a hitch.
Then all you need to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy the game.