That’s a good use case for the Siri aspect of Apple Watch. Honestly, I never use Siri for anything on the Watch, mainly because it’s so much faster on the iPhone — and again, because of the nature of the device, you have to have your iPhone on you at all times to use the Watch…

But this “hands free” use case is a good thought. And actually, the more I get used to things like audibly setting timers via the Amazon Echo, the more I could see myself using the Watch Siri integration.

Of course, I just tried, and it’s still so slow…

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