NEW APPLE OS 15 LIMITS SIRI INTEGRATION WITH THIRD PARTY APPS | IPHONE 13 NEWS

With iOS 15, iPadOS 15, macOS Monterey, and watchOS 8, Apple Intends to limit its function between Assistant and other third-party apps, thereby reducing to a minimum the type and number of commands users will be able to instruct the virtual assistant for third-party apps.



BOOKING A RIDE THROUGH SIRI

Apple On a developer support page, announced that a number of Siri assistant Kits and commands will no longer be supported in the public release of all of its operating systems expected to roll out this fall.

The company enlisted a total of 22 Siri Kit commands commonly used by its users across third party apps that will no longer be supported, however its is shocking to note that users will no longer be able to book an Uber ride through the help of siri.


CHANGES TO-DO APPS COMMAND

Though with the company removing the ability for siri to gain support integration for ride-booking apps, another of such limitation to be expected is ‌Siri‌’s ability to integrate with to-do apps. With the upcoming changes, those who utilize the use of popular to-do and note apps, like Things 3 or Todoist, will no longer receive the support of creating a new task list, delete a task, or amend a note by simply through Siri‌; but the feature of creating new tasks will still remain on the app.


FURTHER CHANGES TO SIRI ASSISTANT

Further changes to occur will include the deprecation of SiriKit command which allows Apple users to make bill payments with third-party apps, search for bills, or transfer money between two accounts within a registered app as well as limiting the function of several CarPlay commands.


Apple also says that it will be removing the function that enables ‌Siri‌ to set an audio source in a car, adjust climate, seat, or defroster settings which will really leave users helpless with third party apps.


#NOTE : Plan to update all promotional activities that promote the functions provided by these APIs in your app. Please note that the symbols will remain in the SDK, so you don’t need to remove the API calls from your app. However, you’ll receive compile-time warnings alerting you to the deprecation going forward.


Apple suggest that developers should update their apps to remove any marketing material, such as graphics or instructional material, that alerts users of the capability of utilizing ‌Siri‌ for certain tasks. The notice further explains that developers doesn’t have to remove the soon to be deprecated SiriKit APIs from their apps code instead will receive warnings when attempting to couple their apps with Xcode.



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