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Siri will let you set a timer for when you want to lock the cage, and you’ll then have to lock that cage with your iPhone.
The iPhone app is also allowing you to set timers for when the chicken needs to be cooked, and when you’re going to be out.
In a demo we saw with Siri, I set the timer for 2:30 a.m. and the cage locked at 2:45.
I set a countdown timer for 5:00 a.t.m., and when the cage was unlocked at 7:00 p.m, it was done.
I can’t wait to try out the iOS 8 lock and unlock feature with Siri on my phone.
I can also set timers to unlock the cage when you leave home or come in and the lock won’t lock automatically until you return.
I also like that Siri can tell you when it’s time to unlock your cage and it won’t let you wait for a timer to finish.
Apple has said that the lock and unlocking feature is still a work in progress and will only be available for a limited time, which is not something we can confirm right now.
But Apple did make it clear that it’s not going to make Siri a replacement for an actual lock and key to unlock a cage.
Siri can only be used to unlock cages if you have the iPhone and it has the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, and Apple says the iPhone’s camera and the iPhone X will have to be connected.
It’s not clear if this will work on the iPhone 7 or iPhone 8 Plus, or if Siri will just be a third-party app for iOS 8.