Siri - Bug?

tomi03

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That shows usage from the last 24 hours or more even (depending on the tab). Have you had Siri disabled for at least a full day without re-enabling and disabling it again? Also, have you used anything like dictation?
Yes, all the time, I never use Siri or dictation. It shows the last 24 hours because I did a hard reset to fix it, and still is draining my battery
 

Mlrollin91

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Nov 20, 2008
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Yes, all the time, I never use Siri or dictation. It shows the last 24 hours because I did a hard reset to fix it, and still is draining my battery
Just because its there, doesn't mean its actually draining your battery. It says 6% but tap on it. How many minutes did it use? I've guessing 1-2 minutes.
 

Rok73

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Apr 21, 2015
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Dude 6% of what? At least tap the clock symbol to see how many minutes it used. And if it's only a couple of minutes from the whole thing why even care about it?
 

tomi03

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Dude 6% of what? At least tap the clock symbol to see how many minutes it used. And if it's only a couple of minutes from the whole thing why even care about it?
I did and there's no minutes, seconds, anything. Yes it cares to me because the battery is drained by Siri while is off and not used at all
 

C DM

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Oct 17, 2011
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I did and there's no minutes, seconds, anything. Yes it cares to me because the battery is drained by Siri while is off and not used at all
From day to day does that stat change for Siri (as in being less of a percentage or anything like that)?
 

Mlrollin91

macrumors G5
Nov 20, 2008
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Well not exactly, I just tried a hard reset for third time and it worked
Doesn't mean the issue won't return. You may want to verify with what I posted above in the link.

How do you know it worked so quickly? It takes 24 hours of those stats to reset in your battery preferences.
 

jaredelguay

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Nov 14, 2009
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Do you have an Apple Watch? I have this same problem, but only when I have my Watch paired. I have Siri completely disabled, no dictation, etc., but whenever my Watch is paired, Siri inevitably shows up as using battery.
 

tomi03

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Do you have an Apple Watch? I have this same problem, but only when I have my Watch paired. I have Siri completely disabled, no dictation, etc., but whenever my Watch is paired, Siri inevitably shows up as using battery.
Yes, sport serie 2, maybe its a bug in watchOS
 
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