Siri's voice

irainbow_chic

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Okay, so I just updated and Siri's voice is totally different? Has anyone noticed this?


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GSA190

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Apple added a few different langauge variations to Siri in the 5.1 update. You can change them by going to settings>General>Siri> Change langauge.
 

Hondamaker

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Apple added a few different langauge variations to Siri in the 5.1 update. You can change them by going to settings>General>Siri> Change langauge.
I tried the Australian voice but then she thinks I'm in Australia and won't let me do local searches.
 

irainbow_chic

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Siri used to be able to pronounce my name correctly and now she can't.


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chitwan

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yes u r right...its more robotic but voice recognitiom seems to have improved
 

Sharunda

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Okay, so I just updated and Siri's voice is totally different? Has anyone noticed this?


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WOW! I have not noticed this. I better check it out ASAP.


Siri used to be able to pronounce my name correctly and now she can't.





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She usually pronounces my name correctly also, I hope she doesn't screw it up. I was actually thrilled that she got it right the very first time. It made me smile. If you understood the problems with people pronouncing my name, you would understand why a correct pronunciation from a cell phone would make me smile. It's serious, the things I've been called.(n) Siri's smarter than a lot of people I know.