Apple has announced support for virtual appointment scheduling, which allows users to schedule appointments using a simple voice command.
The new feature can be found under the “Services” section of the Apple App Store and will be available to developers in the coming weeks.
Users will be able to select one of four different voice commands to request appointments: the “I want to” command, the “Call” command and the “Ask” command.
To get started, just head to the Apple Support site, click on “Help” and search for “Virtual Appointment Scheduling”.
The voice command for the “My Appointment” section will be “Get my Appointment”.
The Apple Support team says the virtual appointment feature is only available in the US.
Apple’s support page notes that Apple has also updated the iPhone app to include support for the virtual assistant.
It is currently available in all countries except the UK, the UK and Ireland.
Apple says the feature is designed to make it easier for users to communicate with virtual assistants.
Apple said it is currently working on a feature that would enable users to “request appointments with their voice”.
The feature will be added to the next update of the iOS operating system.