Apple told the U.S Lawmakers on Tuesday that iPhones do not invade users privacy. The company confirmed that the smartphones do not listen to users without their consent. In July a few representatives wrote to Apple’s CEO Tim Cook and Alphabet’s Chief Executive Larry Page, citing the smartphones could collect not triggered audio data from users. Apple said in a letter to Walden, an Oregon Republican that iPhones never record audio while listening for Siri wake-up commands and it does not share spoken words too.
Source: Gadgets 360