Starting from iOS 15, regular Siri voice recognition operations, such as playing music and setting alarms, will all be done directly on the device without the need for network power. This means that in many scenarios, Siri’s response will become faster, and there will be more protection in terms of privacy.
Speaking of privacy, in the iOS 15 email app, Apple has also added features to hide user IP addresses and location details from email senders, and introduced a new “hide my email” function, allowing you to be like “using Apple “Log in” to protect personal information with a randomly generated email address. At the same time, the new “app privacy report” will further provide detailed records of third-party app call locations, cameras, and microphones, and can display all third-party domain names that contact the app during use. Finally, Apple also provides developers with new private data access options. The app will be able to apply for a single “share current location” permission from users in the future. If photo permissions are required, it can also be specific to only share a certain album instead of the device. All the images on it.
It is worth mentioning that, according to Apple’s demonstration at the event, Siri seems to be able to issue commands to third-party devices through the HomePod mini in the future. However, whether other products such as Apple TV and the original HomePod can achieve similar functions is currently unknown.