Let’s admit it. Waking up at 5 o’clock in the morning isn’t only the thing that everyone absolutely hates, but also the one that so many people can’t do, no matter how hard they try it.
A growing number of users, however, turn to a life hack which at some level actually proves effective: set up multiple alarms to wake them up, just to make sure that no matter how many times they press the snooze button, the alarm will still beep the hell out of their brain.
More specifically, let’s say you need to wake up at 5 AM, so you set up the alarm one hour earlier, just to be on the safe side. The next alarm is at 4:10 AM, followed by another one at 4:20 AM, and another one ten minutes later. Keep going and you end up with too many alarms that you can count, all just because getting up so early is madness.
Take laziness to a completely new level
But what do you do if you actually wake up and you have a full army of alarms ready to come after you? Launch the clock app and then disable each alarm individually. And of course, you need to do this every morning when you need to get up so early.
On iPhone, however, you can actually be lazy like a boss.
Thanks to Siri, you don’t even have to do the whole thing manually. To disable all alarms set on your iPhone, just ask Siri to do it. So you wake up Siri and then tell her:
“Hey Siri, disable all alarms”
Siri should then disable all your alarms because that’s what a digital assistant is actually good for. Now there’s only one problem: who wants to talk in the morning? Because I know I don’t.