One for the Harry Potter fans! There's a snazzy new phone hack about, and you'll feel magic in no time.
The Harry Potter-esque hack involves Siri and you'll be able to cast spells instantly and see your inner Harry, Ron or Hermione come to life!
The viral new hack achieved viral status after it was discovered by a Twitter user.
"If you're a Harry Potter fan tell Siri on your phone 'LUMOS'," the social media user in question penned.
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Immediately, people began to say "Hey Siri, Lumos" into their phones, et voila – the torch will be activated on your phone.
The trick is meant to look like the illumination the tip of a wand makes and adds a slice of Harry Potter magic to your day.
And, to turn off the light, use the phrase "Nox" to power it off again – magic!
Excited by the new hack, one person penned: "Not me speaking Harry Potter spells to Siri and finding out she knows three of them and they actually work! #lifecomplete."
Another added: "Siri speaks Harry Potter? That’s magic!"
One social media user reports that the spellbinding hack will also work with Samsung phones, and wrote: "Same to my Samsung users!! Just tried it with my S21+!"
The Harry Potter phone hack has resurfaced following the reunion episode which dropped on New Year's Day.
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The cast recently met up to mark the 20th anniversary of the first film’s release for a HBO special, but JK was reported to not be involved.
Former Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan recently slammed the cast after they appeared to have failed to support the author of the hit wizarding saga, JK Rowling.
The author has ruffled a few feathers regarding some of the things she’s said about the transgender community in recent years, sparking some of the Harry Potter cast members to speak out.
Chris Rankin, who starred as Percy Weasley in the films, described JK’s views towards the transgender community as “damaging”.
Back in 2019, JK defended a woman who lost her job for sharing anti-transgender tweets , and later appeared to mock a charity for using the term “people who menstruate”.
Chris said of JK, as per Mail Online: “I do a lot of work with charities that are LGBTQ+ focused.
“A lot of my family are members of the community. You can probably guess where my allegiances lie in that respect.”
He added: “When a trans person says they are male or female, that is what they are and that is how we should treat them. It is damaging to them to say otherwise.”
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