How do I and a call with Siri

I have an iPhone SE and I cannot figure out how to hang up the telephone with Siri. I am disabled and if I call somebody and get an answering machine or they don't answer or whatever I need to be able to hang up the phone with Siri.
Thank you very much in advance.

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I don't see how either.

You cannot use Siri when you are in the middle of a phone call,so you cannot use it to end the phone call.

Call Apple and make a feature request.

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Not the way you want to
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You cannot use Siri to hang up a call, but,

If you are making the call through a BlueTooth earpiece or headset, you should have a button on it that will terminate the call.
Alternatively, if you are using the phone directly, when Siri makes the call the screen changes to the Phone screen.
To hang up, just press the Red button. Of course, your level of disability may preclude you from doing that.
If that is the case, then I would recommend a BlueTooth headset


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Uhhh, read the original post question

If the person has a disability that keeps him/her from being able to touch the screen this won't work. My brother is a quadriplegic. *******!

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Since quads often have head movement

Their support could have rigged a way to tap the headset button. I'm sure all the moderators have read the top post. I also see that mrmacfixit did mention the level of disability issue.

My view is that you must call Apple as well as petition makers to add this feature (Siri!, Hang up!)

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