Radical Decision from Apple: Changing the “Hey Siri” Command!

Radical Decision from Apple: Changing the “Hey Siri” Command!

Apple plans to remove the traditional “Hey Siri” phrase from Siri. Here are the company’s plans for Siri!

Apple’s WWDC 2023 event is here, and many leaks are circulating about what the company may announce. One of the most interesting rumors is that Apple will drop the “Hey Siri” command.

Currently, we can activate Siri by holding down the power button or saying “Hey Siri”, but the new rumor suggests Apple may change that.

When it comes to Apple products, if an event is approaching, many leaks from Mark Gurman are on the agenda. According to the latest claim of the famous name, with Apple announcing its plans in advance, the “Hey Siri” command will be phased out.

Hey Siri

Why Was the “Hey Siri” Command Removed?

This change will allow users to activate Siri simply by saying “Siri” without having to say the phrase that triggered this run. The change is reportedly part of Apple’s larger effort to improve Siri’s accuracy and responsiveness. The company is working on ways to make Siri more natural and user-friendly, and this change will be an important step in that direction.

Gürman explains the importance of this change as follows:

“The company is working on an attempt to remove the “Hey” from the trigger phrase for the user to say “Siri” with a command. While this may seem like a minor change, making the change is a technical challenge that requires a significant amount of AI training and basic engineering work. Complexity, Siri’ ‘s ability to understand the singular “Siri” in multiple accents and dialects.

So what do you think about this change? You can share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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