What’s the difference between Siri Spanish Mexico VS. Siri Spanish United States?

SuperDuperMan

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Original poster
Feb 9, 2019
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I see the option when changing Siri’s language in settings to either Siri U.S. or Siri Mexico. (Siri Chile is also an option but not needed for this particular situation)

I want to set up Siri for my grandpa and I don’t know which to use. He lives in California with me for the past 10 years but he lived in Mexico for 29 years prior.
 

whoisyourdaddy

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Oct 2, 2018
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I see the option when changing Siri’s language in settings to either Siri U.S. or Siri Mexico. (Siri Chile is also an option but not needed for this particular situation)

I want to set up Siri for my grandpa and I don’t know which to use. He lives in California with me for the past 10 years but he lived in Mexico for 29 years prior.
I would wager similar to the differences between English (US), English (UK), English (AU), and English (Insert Country). You'll know the difference if it's your primary language.
 

Mac Rules

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Jul 15, 2006
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I would wager similar to the differences between English (US), English (UK), English (AU), and English (Insert Country). You'll know the difference if it's your primary language.
It used to annoy me that Apple listed "English" as the default language and "British English" as an option as if British English was some variation of American.:rolleyes:

Happily they have now corrected to English UK and English US :)
 

DblHelix

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Mar 19, 2009
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Not sure the difference here. I know for Latin America the pronunciation is a bit different and certain words are different. For example habichuelas roja are kidney beans in latin america where in mexico beans are frijoles
 
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