I can’t tell you how many times I’ve used Siri on my iPhone 11 Pro Max only to have it time out on me while I was trying to make a request or dictate a message. As in, “I just said all of that and you picked up none of it?!”

Other times, Siri has been so slow to respond I just rage quit and resort to typing out my queries. The good news is that Siri is getting faster in iOS 15 — much, much faster — provided you have an iPhone with an A12 Bionic chip or newer.

Oh, and Siri will also let you do very cool things you’ve never been able to do on an iPhone before.

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Lets start with the speed. Because Siri now offers on-device speech processing in iOS 15, all of your audio requests are processed on the iPhone itself via Apple’s Neural Engine. Yes, Google got here first with on-device processing for Google Assistant, but the upgrade is still very much welcome.

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