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Frankly speaking, Siri had never been able to impress me before. However, I have begun to like the virtual assistant more than ever thanks to iOS 10. The integration with third-party apps has made it more versatile and extremely user-friendly. As for instance, you can now ask Siri to send a message to your friend using WhatsApp, or start a video call with Skype and much more.

In order to let you get the best out of the virtual assistant, we have made a comprehensive guide to help you customize it as desired. Now, it's time to capture stunning photos or videos using Siri on your iOS device.

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How to Take Photos, Videos, and Selfie Using Siri in iOS 10 on iPhone and iPad

With the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus boasting of fabulous cameras, I'm sure you would love to take a lot of memorable snaps. So, what's stopping you mate? Let's use Siri to take amazing shots!

How to Take a Photo or Video Using Siri in iOS 10 on iPhone/iPad

How to Take a Photo Using Siri in iOS 10 on iPhone/iPad

Siri can now let you open the Camera app with the three available photo options.

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Step #1. Simply press and hold the Home button on your iPhone to activate Siri or simply say “Hey Siri”.

Step #2. Then, say take a nice picture, a square photo or a panoramic shot.

Take Photos Using Siri in iOS 10 on iPhone

Step #3. Now, the Camera app will launch with your desired setting.

Next, give a charming pose and take the shot!

How to Take a Selfie Using Siri in iOS 10 on iPhone/iPad

Step #1. Just press and hold the Home button on your iPhone to activate Siri or say “Hey Siri.”

Step #2. Now, say Take a selfie or Take selfie.

Take Selfie Using Siri in iOS 10 on iPhone and iPad

Step #3. Next up, the Camera app will launch. Snap a hot selfie or record a memorable video.

How to Take a Video Using Siri in iOS 10 on iPhone or iPad

Now, Siri can let you open Camera with one of the three available video options.

Step #1. Activate Siri or just say “Hey Siri.”

Step #2. Now, ask the virtual assistant to Take a video, or a Time-Lapse video or a slow motion video.

Take Video in iOS 10 Using Siri on iPhone and iPad

Step #3. Next, the Camera app will launch with your preferred setting.

Step #4. Finally, go ahead and record a fabulous video.

That's it!

Make the most of the much-improved Siri on your iPhone. And, do let us know your experience about the virtual personal assistant.

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