Most folks refer to Siri as “she,” but that’s not always true. The original British English Siri, for example, was male-only up until iOS 7.1 added a female version. Likewise, you don’t have to stick with your local version of Apple’s comically-bad voice assistant. English speakers, for example, can choose between American, Australian, and British Siris, and also pick a male or female version of each, for six options.
So, if you’re a U.S. native who views the U.K. Standard English accent as quaint, cute, respectful, sexy, or reproachful, it’s easy to set your iPhone or iPad to adopt the new accent. Let’s see how to change Siri’s accent.