Apple has announced today Siri is ready for the Super Bowl LI, set to take place on Sunday, February 5, 2017.
In a press release, the company says “Whether you’re at home, at a local sports bar or at a friend’s party, Siri is available everywhere you are and provides even more football insights including team rosters, player comparisons, historical stats, season records and more.”
Here are some questions Siri can answer, for example:
- When is the Super Bowl and who’s playing?
- Where is the Super Bowl being played this year?
- Who is performing at the Super Bowl halftime show?
- What channel is the Super Bowl on?
- What is the Patriots record? What about the Falcons? Who had more field goals this season, the Patriots or the Falcons?
- How many yards did Matt Ryan have last week?
- Who is the coach for the New England Patriots?
For users in the United States with Single Sign-On for Apple TV, you can say “Watch the Super Bowl” and Siri will do the rest.
Apple also says Siri will be helpful for your party questions and even help book your Uber at the end of the night for a ride home.