Apple spoke in detail about when and how Siri records user conversations and what happens to them later. This happened after Apple announced that it would continue to listen to Siri audio recordings to improve the service.
Immediately after the release of iOS 13.2, many comments appeared on the network that the owners of the iPhone and iPad began to receive a notification that they had the right to refuse to transfer data that affect Apple’s improved voice assistant. In turn, Apple explained that this is completely safe, and the information that Siri passes for examination is completely anonymous and is not related to the speaker’s Apple ID. In addition, the guys from Cupertino did not forget to mention that not only the iPhone itself transfers the data, but also the Apple Watch and HomePod connected to it. For this reason, in this article I will show you how to disable the collection and transfer of personal data related to Siri on your iPhone. Let’s get started!
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Disable Siri Feature Audio Recording on iPhone and iPad
To delete your conversations recorded during use with Siri, as well as collecting and transmitting data to improve the assistant’s work, do the following:
- Open Settings -> Privacy -> Analytics & Improvements;
- In the window that opens, turn off the Improve Siri & Dictation parameter and Share iPhone Analytics – this action will disable data collection in the future;
- How to delete already collected data you can find in this article: How to Clean Your Siri History on your Mac?