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#269839 10-Apr-2020 13:20
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I’ve reluctantly upgraded my phone to iOS13 and by in large it’s been ok but I’ve noticed some tacky/irrelevant messages/alerts like when some sends you an iMessage using Siri, it tells you under their message. Any way of getting rid of these prompts? Cheers!

 

 

 

Mod Edit MM: edited title for clarity


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  #2458908 10-Apr-2020 13:50
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Why does the "Sent with Siri" bother you? It's a tiny little line of text.

 

It's a genius feature too; for someone like me who uses Siri to dictate messages often (especially with CarPlay), it's a relief to know that the recipient will know that it was Siri creating any weird typos/grammatical errors (eg. the incorrect there/they're/their).


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  #2458911 10-Apr-2020 13:57
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I don't believe it can be disabled yet, having just done a 2 minute Google about it.  


 
 
 
 




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  #2458933 10-Apr-2020 14:44
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Benjip:

Why does the "Sent with Siri" bother you? It's a tiny little line of text.


It's a genius feature too; for someone like me who uses Siri to dictate messages often (especially with CarPlay), it's a relief to know that the recipient will know that it was Siri creating any weird typos/grammatical errors (eg. the incorrect there/they're/their).



Totally understand it’s there in case Siri mis-dictates your speech; it just seems that iOS is becoming more and more bloated with unnecessary rubbish - and the fact you can’t, clearly, disable it makes the iPhone even less customisable. That’s all....

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  #2464457 17-Apr-2020 21:32
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I’m running latest iOS iPhone X and just tried this. Did not get a “sent with Siri” disclaimer. 


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