Siri could lose some third-party functionality with iOS 15

by Jeremy

This year’s WWDC was filled with tons of surprises. Apple announced several new features for all its platforms. However, the changes coming with iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterrey, and watchOS 8 may also present some problems. For example, Apple will limit integration between Sirin and third-party apps, meaning that Siri will not be as effective as before when working with third-party apps.

Upgrading your iPhone to the latest iOS version may not be such a great idea if you enjoy using Siri with most of your third-party apps. Apple has explained that Siri will not support some SiriKit intents and commands with the upcoming public release of iOS 15. There is a total of 22 SiriKt orders that Siri will no longer keep, and one of the most notable ones is the one that allows users to book a ride with their digital assistant.

“Starting with the customer release of iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, tvOS 15, and watchOS 8 this fall, some SiriKit intent domains will be deprecated and will no longer be supported in all new and existing OS releases. If a user makes a request that leverages one of these APIs after it’s been removed, Siri will reply that it can’t support the request.”

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