Using the Personal Voice feature on an iPhone or iPad allows you to customize the voice used for Siri and other text-to-speech functions. It allows you to choose from a variety of voices and languages to make your device uniquely yours.
Here’s how you can use Personal Voice on an iPhone or iPad:
1. Open Settings: Start by opening the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
2. Go to Accessibility Settings: Scroll down and click on “Accessibility”.
3. Tap on Spoken Content: In the Accessibility settings, find and tap on “Spoken Content”.
4. Select Voices: Under the Spoken Content settings, you’ll find the option to choose different voices for your device. Tap on “Voices” to access the voice selection menu.
5. Choose a Language: The first step in selecting a personal voice is to choose the language. Tap on the language you want to use for the voice.
6. Select a Voice: Once you’ve chosen the language, you’ll see a list of available voices. Tap on a voice to select it. You can listen to a sample of each voice by tapping on the play button next to the voice name.
7. Adjust Voice Speed: After selecting a voice, you can adjust the speed at which it speaks. Drag the slider to the left to slow down the voice or to the right to speed it up.
8. Customize Voice Settings: If you want to make further adjustments to the voice settings, you can tap on the “Voice Feedback” or “Voice Control” options. These settings allow you to customize how your device speaks in different situations.
9. Enable Voice Feedback: Voice Feedback refers to the spoken responses from Siri and other text-to-speech functions. You can choose whether you want voice feedback always on, control it with the mute switch, or control it with the volume buttons.
10. Enable Voice Control: Voice Control allows you to control your device using only your voice. You can enable voice control and customize the voice commands and settings.
You can now enjoy a voice that suits your preferences and make your device experience more personalized.
Please note that the options and steps may vary slightly depending on the iOS version and the device model you are using.