Apple Users will not be able to use sir I to order online or make purchases for apps and services such as heroine Alexa.
The Cupertino-based tech giant discovered this feature three years ago with its digital assistant. According to a report by MacRumors, Apple engineers have now scrapped the idea of using Siri for online ordering after some privacy concerns.
The report mentioned how Apple engineers have limited users’ access to some other services offered by the company such as Apple TV+ and Apple Maps,
The report also suggests that Apple explored the possibility of users using Sirih to make purchases in 2019, but the team in charge of the project eventually had to scrap the idea due to privacy concerns.
According to the report, the effort has been halted due to strict privacy rules that prevent Siri from “binding a person’s Apple ID to their voice request.” The team in charge of the project “could not find an alternative way to reliably authenticate users to the bill.”
One of the creative ways Apple engineers came up with to circumvent the strict privacy policies was first demonstrated at WWDC 2016.
The report also revealed privacy concerns that were involved during the development of the apple watch, The report also mentioned some quotes from people working on Apple Watch. Some of the features included in the wearable such as Rise to Speak faced concerns initially.
This feature allows users to speak to Siri by simply raising their wrist without saying “Hey Siri”. There were concerns regarding the microphone and accelerometer collecting user data.