Is Mickeys voice breaking for you?

Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by WhiteHawk, Oct 2, 2016.

  1. WhiteHawk macrumors regular

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    Hey guys, I got a series 2 Watch, my first Apple Watch just over a week ago, I'm liking it for the most part but one little thing is of slight concern.

    I don't normally use the Mouse faces but when I use the tap to talk on the Mickey or Minnie watch face quite often there will be a break in the audio of what they are saying, it's always a split second at just after the beginning of either them saying the time or most often at the beginning of them saying something after the time, like "Good afternoon" or whatever.

    Is anyone else experiencing this? I'm assuming it's a bug, maybe something to do with the caching of the audio files or whatever as if I keep tapping it plays just fine, only if I've moved away from that watch face for some time and come back to it will it likely happen again.

    Anyway, just thought I'd ask as just want to check my watch is ok.
     
  2. apb87 macrumors member

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    I've noticed this a few times as well.
     
  3. rwstgermain macrumors member

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    yes. Same. After initial tap it is fine.
     
  4. racingbull macrumors regular

    racingbull

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    First off, no trolling intent just being curious that someone would use this feature...

    When or in which occasion do you actually use it?
     
  5. Broken Hope macrumors 6502

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    Happened a few times here too, glad it doesn't seem to be a hardware fault.
     
  6. EvilManatee macrumors member

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    My 3 year old daughter loves this feature. She asks to press Mickey to hear the time. It is cute and it is teaching her about time.
     
  7. racingbull macrumors regular

    racingbull

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    Awww, that makes, of course, a whole lot of sense. (One could tell I have no kids -.-). Sweet!
    :)
     
  8. WhiteHawk thread starter macrumors regular

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    As I said in my post I don't normally use that face or feature but if something doesn't work as intended it is still annoying and is a concern that there might be a deeper problem with the device. So, just checking there's nothing really wrong with my Watch.
     

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