Misplacing an iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch can be worrying, especially if you are sure it is here somewhere, but can't hold it. If you have Find My iPhone / iPad / Apple Watch active, ask Siri to find it for you.
You are probably already aware that you can find an iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch using the Find My iPhone app, but there is a totally cooler, more frictionless method to do it. Asking Siri to "find my iPhone" or other device is a quick way to do it exactly, and Siri can even initiate a ping to the missing device, making it easier for you to find it.
Things get even better if you own a HomePod too, because you can ask it to do everything you would have any other Siri toting device. There is something magical to call on a HomePod and have your iPhone ping like crazy behind the sofa pillow.
How to find a lost iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch with Siri
In order for any of this to work, You must have enabled Find My iPhone / iPad / Apple Watch during installation. If you assume you did this, here are some of these devices using your voice, thanks to Siri.
To get the ball rolling, call Siri as you normally would and then ask "Find my x" and replace x with
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When Siri has identified the device you want to find, it will ask you to play a sound from it. Answer with a "Yes" to initiate the ping.
When the ping has started, your device begins to create a sound This continues until it is interrupted on the device itself or eventually
If you are sure your lost device is somewhere nearby and you have Siri set to answer a voice command, you can also try to talk to her directly. Just say something like "Hi Siri, tell a joke" so she starts making sound.