To delete your Siri audio history from an iOS or iPadOS device, go to Settings > Siri & Search and tap Siri & Dictation history. Tap delete Siri & Dictation history and tap once again in the confirmation screen.
About Tyler Stephen
I'm Tyler Stephen, from the US state of Maine. I have a life-long passion for technology, and in addition to writing here, I am also on the editorial team of AppleVis.com.
I've been totally blind from birth and thus rely on screenreading software like VoiceOver on Apple products and NVDA on Windows. I have been a Mac user since 2005 and an iOS user since 2010, in addition to also having used Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS.
On this site and elsewhere, I hope to write pieces that educate and entertain people, as well as bring attention to the accessibility or inaccessibility of various technologies.
Entries by Tyler Stephen
Intro If you’re new to the Mac, learning and mastering the VoiceOver screenreader can seem daunting at first. In an attempt to streamline the search for essential getting started information, I will provide a series of tips, along with links to more comprehensive guides and audio podcast demonstrations, organized by heading and subheading. So, if […]
Intro Over the past decade, along with the exploding popularity of iOS and Android, and the continued development of Windows and macOS, a new personal computer operating system, Chrome OS, has steadily come into its own. Chrome OS runs on an expanding market of laptops, known as Chromebooks, and desktops, known as Chromeboxes. As […]
Intro For some time now, I have wanted to get some familiarity with the Linux world. Not for any particular reason, just from hearing people talk about it and its potential, and thinking, “That sounds fun.” Having no idea where to start my little experiment, I perused the AppleVis forum and came upon a […]
If you’re like me, you may find that you spend a fair amount of time typing the same block of text over and over again on your iPhone, iPad or Mac. This can be driving directions to your home, birthday or holiday greetings, or anything else that you find yourself typing repeatedly. Luckily, you can […]
Find My iPhone, iPad, or Mac is a feature that lets you locate, track, and erase your device should it get lost or stolen. If you’re selling or giving away your device, you’ll want to turn it off and sign out of your Apple ID so the new user can sign in to theirs. […]