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      UPDATE : Apple Updating Siri With 2 New Voices in iOS.

      Apple is updating Siri on iOS two new voices. The new change is initially part of iOS 14.5 beta 6 that’s available to developers. It will be available to all eligible users through the iOS 14.5 public release in near future.

      Siri on Apple devices is handling over 25 billion requests per month on more than 500 million devices.

      The voice assistant currently supports 21 languages in 26 countries globally.

      Apple has also brought a recalibration tool to the latest iOS beta version to fix the battery health reporting system on the iPhone 11 series.

      The two new Siri voices introduce by Apple are design for US English users and are available in both female and male versions.

      The additional voices come alongside the existing female and male Siri voices.

      Users who are already on the iOS 14.5 beta can find the new voices on their devices by going to :

      Settings -> Siri & Search -> Siri Voice.

      Apple has use its Neural Text-to-Speech (Neural TTS) technology for designing the new Siri voices with natural sound.

      iOS 14.5 beta brings the option to let users decide which Siri voice they want on their devices at the time of setup.

      This means that Siri on your Apple device will no longer have the default female voice.

      Apple Said :

      “We’re excited to introduce two new Siri voices for English speakers and the option for Siri users to select the voice they want when they set up their device,”

      “This is a continuation of Apple’s long-standing commitment to diversity and inclusion, and products and services that are designed to better reflect the diversity of the world we live in.”

      The latest iOS 14.5 beta also includes the tool to let you recalibrate maximum battery capacity and peak performance capability.

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      The calibration tool is design to address inaccurate estimates of battery health reporting for some users.

      Users will see a message to recalibrate the battery health reporting by going to :

      Settings -> Battery -> Battery Health.

      Apple Said :

      “The update will recalibrate the battery health reporting system, including the maximum capacity and peak performance capability. The recalibration time will vary based on device usage,”.

      Apple has initially provided the new experience to beta testers.

      It will be provided to regular users through the public release of iOS 14.5 that is expected to come soon.


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