I'm new to Siri upgraded from a 4 and now have it on my iPad. I thought it was interesting that each one sounds a little different and even pronounces words differently. My iPad will say kinda (kind-a) and my phone says (kin-da). Just odd.
Yes, They are both on English US. I only noticed because I exchanged my original iPhone 5. I noticed that siri seemed a bit more robotic than on the older 5. When I got the first one it matched my iPad's tone and speech patterns this one doesn't. Maybe she's mad at me for exchanging her.Have you checked the language localization? Might be some different pronunciations in the software depending in that.
Even on my original 5 she would pronounce "kinda" correctly. I'm trying to say the word over and over again to see if she learns.Weird... I noticed that Siri on iOS 6 does sound a bit more robotic than on 5.1.1 but not sure how two devices on the same software would have different quirks.
I've had this happen as well. And I've told her to call my son and she will tell me she's sorry she can't find my son, but when I tell her x is my son, she tells me she already knows that x is my son...My Siri seems to have some psychiatric issues. It will change pronunciations of words but with the same spelling. i will say "Call Name A." Siri will respond, "I can't find Name A but would you like me to call Name A?"
What is shown on the screen is the same name both times but, for some reason, Siri pronounces the first time differently than the second time.
I've had this happen several times. It gets a little annoying because I do this dance with Siri getting it to acknowledge a name, a song, an artist, etc. while all the time the written form on the screen is the same as the challenge but the spoken is different.
Brilliant!So, Siri is gaslighting you?