iPhone 4S owners may get to listen to the dulcet tones of Siri, but users of earlier iPhone models can also enjoy similar high-tech wonders through Apple’s “Voice Control” functionality.
It’s a limited tool, especially compared to Siri, but a useful one if you know how to use it correctly. To help you out, we’ve spent some time experimenting with the feature and have drawn up a quick list of tips and tricks.
Take a look through the gallery for some handy hints for using the iPhone’s Voice Control. Let us know in the comments about any other methods you’ve found effective.
1. Language Options
If you speak the language of the country you bought your iPhone in, then your default language setting should be correct.
If you do need to change it, go to your iPhone's "Settings" menu, select "General," scroll down to see "International" and hit "Voice Control."
Now you can choose which language you'd like to use from the list.