How to Make iPhone Talk When Plugged in IOS 14


This guide will show you How to Make iPhone Talk When Plugged in IOS 14. Ever wanted your phone to talk when plugged in or maybe you saw a friend or someone with a iPhone and it talked when plugged in and you want that feature.

I will show you right now this Cool IOS 14 feature that you should start using right now that can make your device say anything you want when plugged in.

You can even make your iPhone talked when plugged out as well,the choice is yours.

My Video Tutorial:

Watch my guide and see how to Make your phone talk when plugged in.

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How to Make your iPhone Talk When Plugged in?

To make your iPhone talk when plugged in go ahead and

1.Find the Shortcuts app and then go to Automation tab at the bottom of the screen.

2.Now select Create Personal Automation.

3.Scroll down and select Charger and then is connected and click next upper right.

4.Now select Add Action and search Speak and select Speak text when it appears in the results. Next enter the text you want your device to say e.g. Charging or Phone is Charging John etc.

5.Hit next when satisfied and disable Ask before running and finish by selecting Don’t ask. When Finished hit done and you can exit the screen and test the feature out by plugging your phone in.

Make your iPhone talk when Plugged out?

To make your device talk when plugged out do the same as above except when you reach the section at the beginning when you select Charger choose : is Disconnected and make sure is connected is unchecked and do the same as above and choose a appropriate message to speak.

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