Apple could announce remove Hey Siri phrase at WWDC

On Apple iPhone, most of user uses the Siri with the Hey Siri phrase. As per recent Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports it may be possible that at WWDC Apple will announce removing the “Hey Siri” phrase. This Siri phrase starts Siri to take user commands for a task.

As per Gurman’s tweets, Apple will remove the Hey Siri trigger phrase. In past reports, Apple also working one feature which enhances Siri to understand user commands without the Hey Siri phrase. In the below statement, you can see.

The company is working on an initiative to drop the “Hey in the trigger phrase so that a user only needs to say “Siri”—along with a command. While that might seem like a small change, making the switch is a technical challenge that requires a significant amount of AI training and underlying engineering work.

The complexity involves Siri being able to understand the singular phrase “Siri” in multiple different accents and dialects. Having two words — “Hey Siri” — increases the likelihood of the system properly picking up the signal.

It may be possible to enhance the feature of Siri Apple will take the third-party app support. This new upcoming update for Siri will come later in 2023 or 2024.

At last, as per past leaks, Apple may include more additional features in the Siri upcoming update like Apple’s mixed-reality headset

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