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Siri can be useful but, if you have an Apple Watch, the virtual assistant can accidentally pop up all the time—especially when you’re working out. Here’s how to stop Siri from appearing on your watch. Related : How to Disable Blood Oxygen Monitoring on Apple Watch Why Your Apple Watch Activates Siri On the Apple Watch, by default you can activate Siri in three ways: Press and hold down the Digital Crown. Tap the screen, or turn your wrist to wake your Apple Watch and then say, “Hey Siri.” Raise your watch to near your mouth and just start speaking (with an App
Khamosh Pathak Siri works pretty well with iMessage. You can ask Siri to send a message, and Siri will transcribe it to text for you. But what if Siri gets something wrong? Sending an audio voice message removes all confusion. Starting with the iOS 14 update, Siri can record your voice and send it as a voice (audio) message. While you can send voice messages directly in the Messages app, the beauty of using Siri is that you can do this without even picking up your iPhone—assuming you have AirPods or other headphones. RELATED:How to setup MainIPTV on MYTV Online - Formuler Z+
Wachiwit/Shutterstock.com Apple’s new iOS 13.2 upgrade for iPhones and iPads offers improved privacy controls for Siri. You can now choose whether you want humans listening to snippets of your Siri interactions. You can delete any existing recordings from Apple’s servers, too. Your iPhone or iPad will prompt you about this after the upgrade. You’ll see an “Improve Siri & Dictation” screen. If you select “Share Audio Recordings,” your device will share your recordings with Apple, and they may be listened to by humans to help improve Siri. How to Disable Siri History Collection