Happy birthday to your beloved digital assistant.
Happy birthday, digital.
How to celebrate it.
The day is here and the digital assistant, Siri, is your best friend.
You can use Siri to call and text, send you messages, make appointments, and get things done.
You’ll get to enjoy a wide range of voice commands, including voice commands to open a website, turn on a timer, and play a song.
There’s also a lot of great apps for you to use, from Instagram to Pinterest to Gmail.
Siri’s digital assistant is more than just a companion, it’s your digital life partner.
The biggest downside to Siri is its price.
When you buy a new phone, iPad, or iPod touch, the company sells you a SIM card, which costs $1.49 to $3.99.
If you buy an Apple TV and have the Apple TV Remote, you’ll pay $20 per month.
On top of the $20 SIM fee, you can get a $10 gift card to use on any of Apple’s popular apps like iTunes, Apple Music, and the App Store.
That’s a pretty sweet deal, especially when you consider that most people spend $100 to $150 per year on Apple products.
You won’t want to pass up this offer.
A $30 credit is available for each month you have an iPhone or iPad.
To celebrate your birthday, the best place to buy your birthday gift is Amazon.com, which will pay you $5.99 for an iPad or iPhone.
The same applies for Apple’s $15 iTunes gift card, $10 Apple Music gift card and $10 App Store gift card.
Siri is a great gift for anyone who enjoys spending money on things like Apple Music and other apps.
It can also help you get through the day.
Want to see your favorite digital assistant at its best?
Head over to the iSpot app on your smartphone or tablet.
Apple has also created a special Siri emoji.
We’ve seen Apple products featuring Siri and other Apple-designed devices before.
They usually have the most fun, but this time, the new Apple device is actually good.
You’ll also want to take a look at the Apple Watch app for a look inside Siri.
This is the same app that powers Siri, but it includes more features like an in-depth video and the ability to access more Siri-like actions.
Apple Watch users can also make Siri their personal assistant by asking it questions.
You may also want a little help with the new watchOS 3.4 update to make it more convenient for Apple Watch owners.
And of course, Siri can also be used to control Apple TV.
Siri is also able to play music on the Apple Music service.
There’s a good chance you’ll be able to make Siri your digital companion in the future.
In all, Apple is launching a new set of Siri-inspired products for November, including a special iPhone accessory that lets you play music from the Apple Store and other sources.
The iPhone accessory comes with a $15 Apple Pay credit and a $25 Apple Music credit.
If you purchase the iPhone accessory and pay $15 or more in fees, you get to unlock all of your Siri and Apple Music accounts for $10 in total.
Apple also is launching its own Siri-themed iPad and iPhone accessories in November.
These accessories include the new Siri-branded “Siri Remote” and “Sirius Pro” devices that will let you use Siri’s voice commands and control your iPad and iPod touch.
You will also be able access the Apple Podcast app on the new iPad and to access Siri’s iPhone interface, which is a little easier on the eyes.
You also will be able use Siri-designed music controls and play music through your favorite music apps.
Finally, there are three new iPhone accessories, the “SIRI” wireless speaker, the Apple Pencil and the new Beats Audio headset.