Since iOS 13, Apple has provided many new features for Siri, to increase privacy control to improve when using, such as blocking companies from listening to the voice record from Siri or deleting all existing files. Off the Apple storage server. Users can choose whether or not they want to share audio recordings, without turning them off entirely if they want to share audio recordings with Apple to improve Siri.
When we talk to Siri, we will create a recording and make a collection to save history. From these collections, the Apple server will collect data to improve the ability to hear and understand the problem from the speaker in response. This feature of Siri history is not necessary; even many people worry that personal data will be exposed. The following article will guide you through disabling and deleting Siri’s history.
Instructions to turn off and delete Siri history
At the Settings interface on iPhone, users scroll down and click on Privacy. Switch to the newly searched interface and click on Analyze & Improve.
Then in the new interface, we find the option of Improving Siri & Spelling. Turn this option off so that Apple doesn’t store or review records of interactions with Siri. If you enable this option, your iPhone will share voice recordings with Apple.
Next, we need to delete the audio track during interactions with Siri from Apple’s servers. We will have to perform on each device in use.
At the Settings interface, tap on Siri & Search. In the new interface, as shown below, click on Siri History & Spelling.
In this interface, we will click on Delete Siri History & Read spelling. Now Siri will ask if the user is sure they want to delete or not, we need to press it again to redefine it.
So once we have disabled the Siri recording collection and deleted the history of previous Siri interaction records, Apple will no longer store or listen to interactive recordings with Siri.
However, users also need to pay attention when deleting and disabling the above items also delete interactions with the spelling feature for iPhone keyboards.
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