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Disable the “Allow Siri When Locked” function.

Disable the “Allow Siri When Locked” function.

Go to Settings > Siri and Search > Disable the Allow Siri When Locked feature**.** In the past, some bugs in the iPhone allowed anyone to bypass the screen lock and access a couple of functions using Siri.

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