What happens if I ask Siri to call 911?

What happens when you tell Siri emergency?

After an emergency call ends, your iPhone alerts your emergency contacts with a text message, unless you choose to cancel. Your iPhone sends your current location (if available) and—for a period of time after you enter SOS mode—your emergency contacts receive updates when your location changes.

Why does Siri call 911 if you ask her to charge?

Here’s why Siri calls 911 if you ask her to charge your phone. The reason for all of this is, while we in the states are trained from an early age that 9-1-1 is the go-to for an emergency, it varies from country to country. For example, in India, 1-0-0 is the emergency number, while in China it is 1-1-o. In short,…

Can Siri call an emergency number in another country?

Yes it can. It can also call the comparable number in other countries for you. If you say “call 911” it will start a 5 second countdown before calling the emergency number for your country. For example if you are in Australia and tell Siri to call 911 it will call 000 (Australia’s Emergency Number) so you can get help from the proper authorities.

Why does Siri say “charge my phone 100%”?

And secondly, telling Siri “charge my phone 100%” prompts the phone to call emergency services. Some conspiracy theorists have guessed that the command gives iPhone users a way to call 911 without tipping off those within earshot–a capability that could be useful in emergency situations.

Is Siri’s emergency call a secret kidnap-rescue command?

The Daily Dot noted that Siri also places the emergency call in response to the command “Phone 100” and “Phone 110.” Those are the emergency numbers in India and China, The Daily Dot said. We’ve reached out to Apple for further clarification, but for now, it looks like the feature isn’t a secret kidnap-rescue command.