How to Disable Explicit Language for Siri on iPhone and iPad

Apple lets you disable explicit language for Siri on your iOS device. Head over to prevent the personal assistant from using offensive language!

Siri is a smart personal assistant that’s always ready to answer your queries or carry out various tasks like sending an email or translating a language quickly. The personal assistant uses language or words as per context to ensure you enjoy communicating with it. However, if you don’t want it to use offensive words, you can block explicit language from Siri on your iOS device.

Thanks to Restrictions, which is also known as “Parental Controls,” it’s possible to block explicit language for Siri. Once restricted, the personal assistant won’t use certain words or terms, which are considered to be inappropriate.

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How to Filter Language for Siri on iPhone and iPad

How to Prevent Siri from Using Explicit Language on iPhone and iPad

Make sure you have enabled Restrictions on your device. If you haven’t done it as yet, open Settings app → General → Restrictions → Enable Restrictions → Enter the passcode and confirm.

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device → Tap on General.

Tap on Settings then General on iPhone or iPad

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Step #2. Tap on Restrictions.

Tap on Restrictions in iPhone or iPad Settings

Step #3. Now, you have to enter your iPhone restrictions passcode.

Enter iPhone Passcode

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Step #4. Next, scroll down and tap on Siri.

Tap on Siri in iPhone Restrictions Settings

Step #5. Next up, you need to turn off switch next to Explicit Language.

Prevent Siri from Using Explicit Language on iPhone or iPad

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That’s it!

Going forward, Siri won’t be able to use offensive languages. If you ever want to remove this restriction, just follow the steps we have just mentioned above and then toggle on Explicit Language in the end.

Your take:

With iOS 11, Siri has become smarter and has got a natural sound. Besides, you can also use the intelligent personal assistant to translate language languages quickly.

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Jignesh Padhiyar
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