Yes, you can delete your data from Siri. Here's how to do it
Are you concerned that Apple has digital recordings of your conversations with Siri for testing and grading purposes? Though Apple has suspended the grading program that saw human contractors listening to your Siri
commands, you might be rethinking your use of Siri. Good news, then, that you can turn off Siri on both iOS and macOS, and thereby delete stored Siri data.
How to check the calendar on your Apple Watch with complications
With the Apple Watch, some watch faces allow for complications, which are little bits of information that appear on the watch face. However, the amount of information and detail that appears in a complication will vary depending on your selected watch face.
- Pick a watch face that allows for large-style complications (Infograph (Series 4 only), Utility for analog, and Modular for digital).
Tap the Calendar complication to launch the Calendar app.
How to check the calendar on your Apple Watch with Siri
Aside from having your Calendar on as a complication, the fastest way to get to your schedule is to ask Siri, the built-in virtual assistant on your Apple Watch.
- Raise your Apple Watch towards your mouth and say, "Hey, Siri", or press and hold the Digital Crown to activate Siri.
- With watchOS 5 and Apple Watch Series 3 or later, you no longer need to say "Hey Siri" to get Siri's attention. Just start talking.
Ask Siri about the calendar information that you want to know, or just say something like "Show me my calendar."
- "What's my schedule like tomorrow?"
- "What events do I have remaining today?"
It's important to note that the Calendar on your Apple Watch will only go out 7-days in advance. So if you are requesting Siri to give you info about something more than 7-days away (or even in the past), it won't be available.
How to check the calendar on your Apple Watch with the app
- Press the Digital Crown on your Apple Watch to go to your Home Screen (or tell Siri "Open Calendar").
Find the Calendar app icon, then tap it to launch.
- By default, it may be on the Up Next view. You can press firmly on the screen to bring up different view options: List, Day, and Today.
- Tap the view you want.
In the List or Day views, you can tap > Today to switch to a Month view.
How to respond to calendar invitations on your Apple Watch
If you receive a calendar event invite, you can respond directly on your Apple Watch instead of your iPhone. You just need to do the following:
- When you see the invite as soon as it arrives: Scroll to the bottom of the notification and tap Accept, Maybe, or Decline.
- If you see the notification later: Tap the invite in your notifications, scroll down, and respond.
- If you're already in the Calendar app: Tap the event to respond.