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How to cast enchanting Harry Potter spells using Siri on your Iphone

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Fans of the Harry Potter books, take note. You can deceive your pals into thinking you’re a real-life wizard using Siri. We’ll show you how to use your iPhone to perform every Harry Potter spell. The wands are at the ready!

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You may be familiar with your ‘Ascendio’ from your ‘Expelliarmus,’ but did you know that Siri can help you cast Harry Potter spells on iOS?

We might never know how we managed without these “spells” if it weren’t for the fact that they instantly change your settings to airplane mode and turn your iPhone flashlight on. If you want to fool your Muggle friends, keep reading…

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Lumos And Nox Spell

The iPhone’s “Lumos and Nox” spell, which allows you to instantly switch on and off your flashlight, has recently been discovered by Harry Potter fans.

Simply get the attention of your virtual assistant by saying ‘Hey, Siri’, and cast the spell ‘Lumos’. Some users might have to say ‘Lumos Maximus’.

If you’re not a Muggle, your iPhone should have a flashlight app. To turn off, use the charm “Nox.”

Wingardium Leviosa Spell

Have a go at the ‘Wingardium Leviosa’ spell if you’ve tried and perfected the ‘Lumos’ charm.

In the Harry Potter franchise, ‘Wingardium Leviosa’ is a levitation charm, but it’s also an incredibly useful gadget on iPhone. According to Distractify, iOS now includes a shortcut called “Spells” that can help wizards cast spells. Simply add the shortcut and then press it to execute magic.

The same source says that casting the spell “Wingardium Leviosa” will perform a search for a flight from your current location automatically.

Avada Kedavra Spell

In 2018, a Reddit user posted several wizarding spells that your iPhone may perform, including ‘Avada Kedavra.’

‘Avada Kedavra’ kills your phone by lowering the brightness and switching it to flight mode. After all, isn’t it a part of the Dark Arts?

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Accio Spell

According to a Reddit user, you may test out “Accio,” but you’ll need to add the spells to your contacts list first so that Siri can recognize them.

According to fans, if you cast “Accio” and the name of an app on your iPhone, Siri will launch it.

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