Siri voice changed?

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    My Siri's voice changed today. Has anyone else experienced this. I have no clue why this happened.
     
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    Could you be a little more specific please? Does she sound like a sailor now? Did she develop an accent? Is she barking?
     
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    Her voice sounds completely different. She definitely has a different tone.
     
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    You sure you haven't switched the Australian version of her?
     
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    Nope. It's on the U.S. version. Should I go to the apple store and see if something is up with it?
     
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    Did you offend her by any chance? Maybe she has an attitude towards you... :cool:
     
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    It's secretly your mom using the iPhone to tell you to do the dishes tonight.
     
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    My Siri voice has changed as well. I noticed it about 3am this morning and I jumped online to see if there was any news about it, but even now I can't find anything other than this post. I will try and take a video and post it on youtube or something, but she definitely sounds different. She sounds much less robotic, her tone has changed, and she speaks more fluidly.
     
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    Can you make a recording and post it so that we can help judge?
     
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    Read the SIRI FAQ. After 3-4 days she'll hit puberty and her voice changes.
     
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    Yikes, let's hope she doesn't menstruate. :eek:
     
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    I found if you ask it certain things siri can change its voice.
     
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    By next week she'll be ready to launch a nuclear attack...

    A Terminator reference for the unintiated...
     
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    No her voice has changed for everything. I'm making a video now.
     
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    Haha! I would laugh for weeks if Siri changed to a deep man voice for any of you horn balls that asked it a ton of sexual questions this past weekend. :D:D:D
     
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    rofl
     
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    That's what mine has always sounded like. Now I wonder what yours sounded like before. :)
     
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    That sounds exactly the same as Siri on my 4S and it has always sounded like that.

    EDIT: SurfNet beat me to it.
     
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    Kadman

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    I know when those little white pads turn red, Apple voids the warranty. It's all a plot!
     
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    My voice sounds just like this now. I wonder why it changed. It use to have the original 'voice'.
     

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