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We see people talk on bluetooth headsets all the time. In addition bluetooth is used to send notifications to devices like watches.

My question is Is it programmatically possible to communicate with Siri via bluetooth?

  • Yes, but don't ask me how - my bluetooth headset is capable of talking to Siri, for dialling, asking what the weather's like etc - it initiates Siri just as though I'd held the home button, but listens to the headset rather than built-in mic. – Tetsujin Sep 28 '14 at 11:19
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Yes, some Bluetooth headphones, speakers and hands-free car audio systems have Siri functionality, the Bluetooth device acts as a speaker/mic with action buttons, one commonly found being the Call button.

So, in answer to your question, yes it's possible with the right equipment.

  • Cool - I reckon we need a StarTrek-style communicator badge. It looks like it is possible. – hawkeye Sep 28 '14 at 11:38
  • I like that idea @hawkeye. – Thomas Jones Sep 28 '14 at 11:39

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