How to Change Siri’s Voice on iPhone

Tired of your current Siri voice? Let's learn how to change it. Now in iOS 14.5, Apple has recorded actors’ voices and run them through its neural text-to-speech engine in an effort to make Siri sound more natural, so you have more options than ever for how Siri's voice should sound.

If you haven’t used Siri before, when you first use the virtual assistant, you’ll be prompted to choose a voice for it, but if you have, you can change the voice Siri is using manually. Here’s how:

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How to Change Siri’s Voice on iPhone

  1. Open Settings.


  2. Tap Siri & Search.

  3. Tap Siri Voice.

    Siri Voice

  4. Under Variety, select American, Australian, British, Indian, Irish, or South African.


  5. After you've selected your Variety, choice a Voice. Note: The new Siri Voices are Voices 2 and 3 under the American Variety. To learn more about new iOS 14.5 features, along with other iPhone tips and tricks, check out our free Tip of the Day newsletter.


  6. Once you’ve found one you like, it will take some time for your iPhone to completely download the voice, though you don’t need to wait in Settings for it to do so.

Pro Tip: If you change the voice of your Siri on your iPhone, it will change it across your synced devices. Learn how to set up Siri on your Apple Watch.

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Sarah Kingsbury

As the Editorial Director at iPhone Life, Sarah Kingsbury manages the online editorial team and oversees all website content. She is a long-time Apple enthusiast who never goes anywhere without her Apple Watch and owns way too many HomePods. Since joining iPhone Life in 2013, Sarah has done everything from writing hundreds of how-to articles to founding the Daily Tip newsletter. She even co-hosted the early episodes of the iPhone Life Podcast. When not at work, Sarah can be found hiking in the mountains and canyons around Las Vegas, where she lives with her partner and dogs.