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Topic # 195021 3-Apr-2016 09:41
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Using an iPhone 5S. Haven't updated since a couple of months ago. Just realised today that Siri has disappeared. Anyone had this happen before?




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  Reply # 1525479 4-Apr-2016 07:30
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Nope, my 5S worked flawlessly (I have now updated to the SE and my parents has the 5S now).

 

Tried powering off (normal way), if that does not fix it do a forced reset 

 

     

  1. hold the Home button (big circle below the screen) and the Sleep/Wake button (on top of the iPhone) simultaneously.
  2. Hold both buttons until the iPhone shuts off and begins to restart.

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  Reply # 1528893 9-Apr-2016 10:13
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It seems with my 6S plus that it was turned off somehow with the last update.




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