How to change Siri’s voice or accent

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By Erric Buttlar

You may alter the voice that Apple’s Siri uses on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch by selecting from a variety of voices that are available.

Siri is available in the UK with six different voices: American, Australian, British, Indian, Irish, and South African. Additionally, you have a choice between the male and female voices Voice 1 and Voice 2. Depending on the country and language your device is in, Siri has a different range of voices available.

How to change Siri’s voice on the iPhone or iPad

Going to Settings > Siri & Search > Siri Voice on an iPhone or iPad makes it simple to choose one of the new voice options for Siri. Then, on your iPhone or iPad, you may decide which voice you want Siri to use.

Four distinct voices, two male and two female, are now available to use with Siri if you select American from the voice menu. Your iPhone will download your new voice after you’ve made your choice so that it can be used the following time you say “Hey Siri.”

How to change the voice for Siri on the Mac

You must access the Apple Menu, choose System Preferences, and then select Siri Voice to alter Siri’s voice on your Mac. After that, you can choose which voice you want to use on your Mac.

How to set up Siri’s voice on the Apple Watch

The language and voice that you have selected for your iPhone will essentially be utilised on your Apple Watch as Siri will use the same language that you have set up on your iPhone.

So, use the instructions above to modify the voice on the iPhone and iPad before changing it on your Apple Watch.

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