It will also play the tone if it is something that requires a direct response (For example, the "Are you ready to send it?" prompt will play the tone).They removed it because if you're activating Siri via the home button. The phone is in your hand and don't need audible que (you can feel the two quick taps/vibrations.) It's to be less annoying to surrounding public. You will still have the audio que if you use the hands free "Hey Siri" while plugged in or connected to Bluetooth like a car, and also with headphones.
I miss the "da-da" noise, but disabling all vibration is way too much of a trade off for me.I found a way around this by going to Settings>General>Accessibility and turning Vibration off.
This is system wide for iOS, apps, games, notifications and even for emergency alerts.
You'll get Siri's "Da-da" sound back but you won't get any vibration feedback at all, unless you turn it back on.
Yeah it is extreme. I guess I won't miss it. Very often I miss messages and calls with vibration on anyway. I hope more user customization comes to Siri though. Maybe it's trivial but I'm glad I got the sound back. Just felt "yuck" without it.I miss the "da-da" noise, but disabling all vibration is way too much of a trade off for me.