VOICE CONTROL LÀ GÌ

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You can control iPhone with just your voice. Speak commands to perform gestures, interact with screen elements, dictate and edit text, and more.

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Before you turn on Voice Control for the first time, make sure iPhone is connected to the internet over a Wi-Fi network. After iPhone completes a one-time file download from calidas.vn, you don’t need an internet connection to use Voice Control.

Go to Settings  > Accessibility > Voice Control.

Tap Set Up Voice Control, then tap Continue to start the file download.

When the download is complete,

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appears in the status bar to indicate Voice Control is turned on.

Set options such as the following:

Language: Set the language and download languages for offline use.

Customize Commands: View the available commands and create new commands.

Vocabulary: Teach Voice Control new words.

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Show Confirmation: When Voice Control recognizes a command, a visual confirmation appears at the top of the screen.

Play Sound: When Voice Control recognizes a command, an audible sound is played.

Show Hints: See command suggestions and hints.

Overlay: Display numbers, names, or a grid over screen elements.


Turn Voice Control on or off


After you set up Voice Control, you can turn it on or off quickly by using any of the following methods:

Say “Turn off Voice Control.”

Add Voice Control to Accessibility Shortcuts—go to Settings  > Accessibility > Accessibility Shortcut, then tap Voice Control.


Learn Voice Control commands


When Voice Control is turned on, you can say commands such as the following:

“Open Control Center”

“Go home”

“Tap item name

“Open app name

“Take screenshot”

“Turn up volume”

To learn more Voice Control commands, say “Show me what to say” or “Show commands.”


Use a screen overlay


For faster interactions, you can navigate iPhone with a screen overlay that shows item names, numbers, or a grid.

Item names: Say “Show names” or “Show names continuously,” then say “Tap item name.”

Numbers: Say “Show numbers” or “Show numbers continuously,” then say the number next to the item you want. You can also give a command to perform a gesture, such as “Tap number,” “Long press number,” “Swipe up at number,” or “Double tap number.”

Grid: To interact with a screen location not represented by an item name or number, say “Show grid” or “Show grid continuously,” then do any of the following:

Drill down: Say a number to show a more detailed grid.

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Say a command to interact with an area of the grid: Say something like, “Tap number” or “Zoom in number.”


Tip: To adjust the number of grid rows and columns, go to Settings  > Accessibility > Voice Control > Overlay, then select Numbered Grid. When Voice Control is turned on, you can also say something like, “Show grid with five rows,” or “Show grid continuously with three columns.”


To turn off the overlay, say “Hide names,” “Hide numbers,” or “Hide grid.”


Switch between Dictation Mode and Command Mode


When you’re working in a text input area—for example, writing a document, email, or message—you can easily switch between Dictation mode and Command mode as needed. In Dictation mode (the default), any words you say that aren’t Voice Control commands are entered as text. In Command mode, those words are ignored and aren’t entered as text; Voice Control responds only to commands. Command mode is especially helpful when you need to use a series of commands and want to prevent what you say from inadvertently being entered in a text input area.

To switch to Command mode, say “Command mode.” When Command mode is on, a dark icon of a crossed-out character appears in the text input area to indicate you can’t dictate. To switch back to Dictation mode, say “Dictation mode.”