Ever wonder how long Apple’s Siri remembers the voice commands you give it? According to Wired, it’s about two years.
According to Apple, Siri can gather voice commands from its user and keeps them for two years. With the voice data it gathered, is assigns a random number to it and keep it as a file. After six months of using the Siri feature, the system automatically deletes the random file number, however, it keeps a file of the voice command. This will remain in the servers of Apple for two years and the company claim that these recorded voice commands will help refine the Siri feature.
But if a user stops using Siri and turns the feature off, voice commands gathered and other data will be deleted right away.
She also warned the users to be more careful and be sensitive on what to say to Siri, “what you say to Siri could reveal sensitive things about you, your family, or business.”