What you need to know
- Apple published a new FAQ page addressing Siri recording concerns.
- The page follows Apple's apology for the Siri controversy.
- Among the topics the FAQs address are grading, transcripts, minimizing data and more.
Titled "Siri Privacy and Grading," it is aimed at calming customers' concerns over their audio Siri recordings. Apple says it listened to feedback and suspended the program, for now. It will return in the fall with new changes, but that still leaves a lot of questions. You'll find answers with this page.
The first questions answers the lingering concern about grading:
Here's another question that is answered.
Apple continues to answers multiple questions about privacy policies among intelligent assistants, whether Siri is always listening, minimizing data, Siri access to personal information, and more.
If you have a question regarding Siri recordings and how they are graded, you'll find an answer in this new support page.
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