iOS 13.2 Allows Users to Delete Siri Conversations

Apple recently released a system update for iOS 13.2, after which the user can choose to delete the voice record with Siri.

Apple was exposed earlier, storing and eavesdropping users’ voice records using Siri, causing privacy problems. Apple recently released a system update for iOS 13.2, after which the user can choose to delete the voice record with Siri.

After updating the iOS 13.2 system, the system will ask the user if they want to share the Siri voice record with Apple. It should be noted that the user’s choice does not affect any function of Siri, but it will affect the service provided by Siri according to the user’s usage habits.

The user can choose to delete Siri’s voice recording in the iPhone or iPad settings. In the “Settings” select Privacy  Analysis and Improvement  Close to improve Siri and dictation.

To delete past records, go to “Settings” and select Siri and Search, Siri and Dictation Records  click to delete Siri and dictation records.

To protect user privacy, Apple provides users with more data control, and iOS and iPadOS 13 add other privacy-related features, such as new location tracking controls and the use of Apple login.

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Apple recently released a system update for iOS 13.2, after which the user can choose to delete the voice reco

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