The good thing about this is that it’s built into the system, meaning you won’t have to set up a fancy new Siri Shortcut once iOS 12 rolls out.
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You’ve set alarms on your iPhone before. You’ve probably even snoozed an alarm or two in your time. But did you know that you can disable your ability to snooze an alarm? If you’d like to be strict with your sleepy self, come learn how!
Siri can set one-time alarms and recurring alarms.
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It’s a really handy feature and it makes managing multiple alarms much easier.