($ 144 at Amazon) we've seen . The mobile software update includes new features that allow you to choose to share your Siri recordings with Apple and delete recordings from Apple's server.on Monday shortly after the largest upgrade to AirPods
In July,that it had saved and listened to user interactions with the digital assistant as a way to improve Siri. The recordings did not contain any identifiable information, but could possibly contain private conversations. Shortly thereafter, and promised to give users the option to choose what we see in iOS 13.2.
How to Enable or Disable
Immediately after installing iOS 13.2, you will be asked if you want to share recordings of your Siri interactions with Apple. Your choice does not affect the functionality of Siri on all your devices – Apple simply cannot use recordings of your interactions to improve the service over time.
If you have passed this setting without thinking much about it, or if you later decide that you do not want to share your recordings with Apple, you can log out by opening the app Settings on your iPhone ($ 699 with Amazon) or iPad ($ 325 with Walmart) and go to Privacy > Analytics and improvements . There you switch off Improve Siri & Dictation .
Delete all your recordings
But what about the recordings that Apple currently has on its servers? You can delete it with the tap of a button. Open the app Settings on your iPhone or iPad and go to Siri & Search > Siri & Dictation History and tap the large button with red text with the text Delete Siri & Dictation History .
You will be asked to confirm that you want to delete the recordings and another prompt will appear to let you know that your history will be deleted from Apple's servers.
Apple that gives users more control over their data is a welcome move. iOS and iPadOS 13 add other privacy-related functions, such as newand . If you are still trying to figure out iOS 13, check out and the .