How to Change Siri Voice Accent on iPhone and iPad

If you are not comfortable with American accents while using Siri on your iPhone or iPad, you can change it to English or Australian accents by following a quick tip.

Voice assistant or personal assistant is an amazing technology developed by electronic communication leaders in the world. On your smartphone or other devices, you can give commands to the assistants and they will give you results according to your commands.

Apple introduced beta version of Siri on its iPhone 4s; till then, Apple has made many improvements in this voice assistant software. Today, Siri is widely used by iPhone users to avoid keyboard actions.

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How to Change Siri Voice Accent on iPhone and iPad

With Siri, users can set alarms, update Facebook/Twitter posts, ask Siri to call your contacts and more. Siri is an intelligent mind reader that checks your iPhone interactions 24/7, and based on this, Siri gives you suggestions.

With so many excellent features, it is understandable that people make the most of Siri. But Siri offers different voice accent for different speakers. For example, if you belong to England, you would like to hear English accent and if you are in the USA, you will go for American accent. To change this, Siri offers a simple method.

How to Change Siri Voice Accent on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Settings app → Tap on General.

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Tap on Settings Then General on Your iPhone

Step #3. Tap on Siri.

Tap on Siri in iPhone Settings

Under the Language option, Siri gives you Siri Voice feature.

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Step #4. Tap on Siri Voice.

Tap on Siri Voice on iPhone

You will see three options under the ACCENT section: American, Australian and British.

Step #5. Tap on any accent you are comfortable with.

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Change Siri Voice Accent on iPhone

Now check the accent by interacting with Siri. It’s a good feature for millions of people who speak with different accents across the continents.

You can also check cool features like turn off Siri on Lockscreen, enable Hey Siri hands-free mode, and turn off Siri suggestions in Spotlight Search and others.

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