Apple has disclosed that it keeps your personalized Siri data for two years, after Wired commented on what seemed like rather vague privacy statements. Since Siri has only been around for two years that means Apple should start deleting data later this year on the anniversary of the launch of the iPhone 4S…

Although you don’t explicitly train Siri to recognise your specific voice the way you do with Dragon Dictate (9to5toys deal here), Apple does in fact keep individual voice data files for each user to improve Siri’s ability to interpret your speech. Although Apple still hasn’t been too specific about what data is stored, it’s likely to include both past searches and data stored on your phone such as the names of your contacts … expand full story