I can confirm that removing the call to setSoundMixing (from my controller init) has stopped the mic consent and has not affected the AudioServicesPlaySystemSound operation either.
Still, I do not understand why this was happening.
OK, settings->general->reset->reset location & privacy will remove the previous settings, i.e. no need for bundle ID change.
However, after setting the noAudioSessionOverrides to TRUE, it appears to only work for the initial call to the say method. I still have the microphone consent request popping up with subsequent calls even though the noAudioSessionOverrides flag is still set to TRUE;
My app update (for iOS 7) just got rejected for the exact same reason given by Apple. Trouble is my app is only using TTS and so should not use the microphone.
If a flag could be set in the API for TTS only (use AVAudioSessionCategoryPlayback) then I think this could be resolved.
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