No matter how much a company promises the degree of water resistance of their smartphones, there always remains the fear of losing your device to water damage. Fortunately, Apple realizes that and provides its customers with a way out of such a situation. It provides the Water Eject Siri Shortcut, which ejects water from the speaker grille of your iPhone by playing a low-frequency sound. The low-frequency sound makes the speakers of your iPhone vibrate, which in turn pushes the water out. Below are the steps provided on how to eject water from your iPhone using Siri in 2022.
Although most of the iPhone models are water-resistant, there still remains the risk of water seeping into the smartphone’s internal system and causing damage. Hence, the Water Eject Shortcut is a great way to eradicate any amount of moisture from your iPhone. However, this shortcut is not available as a built-in feature and has to be added to your iPhone manually.
Step 1: To get the Water Eject shortcut for your iPhone, open icloud.com/shortcuts/watereject and click on the Get Shortcut button at the bottom of the page. The Water Eject shortcut will get added to your Shortcuts library.
Step 2: Go to the Shortcuts library and tap on the Water Eject shortcut.
Step 3: Tap on the Begin Water Ejection button. That’s it!
You will hear a low-frequency sound being played by Siri to eject the water from your iPhone. The water comes out from the speaker grille and after the process is complete, the device’s volume is turned down to 50%. You will also receive a notification from the system stating the completion of the process.
You can add the shortcut to your home screen to use it directly from there, whenever the need arises. You can also straightaway give a voice command to Siri, asking her to run Water Eject. In this way, you can easily eject water from your iPhone. This feature is compatible not only with iPhones but iPads as well. The only catch is that your phone has to be water-resistant for it to work.
If you know of any other way how to eject water from an iPhone in 2022, we would be delighted to hear it. Do let us know in the comments section below.
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