Apple has released a new commercial on the Privacy on iPhone series (“Privacy on the iPhone” – Ed.). So the corporation reminds users of how important it is and why it is worth choosing the company's devices from Cupertino.
Here’s the ad itself:
All of the above is true. There is more personal information on our smartphones than in our homes. I do not think that you write down all your steps, health data and the most important messages in a notebook that lies on a table in the living room.
In iOS 13.2, you can now delete previously recorded Siri requests and disable the “Improve Siri and Dictation” option. This happened after the information that voice requests from users are transferred to third parties to improve the assistant.
If you have a beta version of iOS 13.2 installed (the fourth build has already been released, so the release may take place on October 30), then here is the instruction where these settings are:
“Settings”> “Privacy”> “Analytics”> “Improve Siri and Dictations”;
Settings> Siri and Search> Siri and Dictation History> Delete Siri and Dictation History.
How do you like advertising, by the way?
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