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I would like to ask you is it possible to somehow access all of Siri's history to view it or delete it?

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I edited your question to make it better. "View or delete it." is not a sentence, so I combined it with the previous sentence to make a whole thought. I removed the "Thank you in advance" because that sort of stuff just clutters up the site and provides no benefit. On Stack Exchange sites, we thank the answerers by upvoting and accepting answers, which I see you did. –  CajunLuke Sep 20 '12 at 16:45

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No there is no way to access Siri history. If any of it is stored, it will be stored anonymously as chunks of different words and phrases on Apple’s servers for better voice recognition.

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You can delete your Siri data from Apple's servers by disabling Siri in Settings.

Go to General → Siri and disable Siri.

This will delete your history with it. You can enable it again in the future with no problem.

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This seems to be correct that when you disable Siri, it also send a signal to Apple deleting your anonymized input on their servers. –  bmike Feb 6 at 0:06

Well, you can't or at least I didn't find any answer. However, if it was questions to ask her on internet, check the Safari history, there will be all your searches through Siri.

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Here is a way to view history. Hope this helps.

View Siri history

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Thank you for your answer! Could you provide more information? When you just link to another post, that thread could move, or be removed altogether. At SE, we prefer answers to be largely independent. –  bassplayer7 Dec 7 '12 at 17:06
    
By the way, @Arthur was asking for history - not the general questions you can ask Siri. –  bassplayer7 Dec 7 '12 at 17:07
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Sadly nothing in the linked discussion seems relevant... –  bmike Feb 6 at 0:05
    
The link tells the reader to press the 'i' in the Siri to see the history of all commands. This is false, the 'i' only shows examples on how to user Siri. –  CousinCocaine Jul 21 at 15:40

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