You won't believe how accurately this lady impersonates Apple Siri voice

Himanshu Arora Himanshu Arora Dec 23, 2018 Apple, News

I am sure most of us would have seen people impersonating someone else’s voice. While sometimes it’s enjoyable, other times the effort is not up to the mark. But there are occasions when the impersonation effort is so accurate that it’s not only fascinating, but even hard to believe.

We have come across a similar voice impersonation effort where-in a rapper/producer – who goes by the handle @hazmatcaz on Twitter – can be heard talking in Siri’s voice. The video has over 2 million views in around 10 hours of being uploaded to Twitter.

Take a look:

Too good to believe, right? Well, that’s exactly what many others thought on Twitter. Some even said she is doing a lip sync:

The lady then tried clarifying that the voice impersonation is for real:

She even came up with a new video a few hours back where-in she again copies Siri’s voice. Take a look:

Here are some reactions to her new video:

For those who aren’t aware, yes, there’s a real human behind the voice of Apple’s virtual assistant. Her name is Susan Bennett. Here’s her interview from 2013:

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Himanshu Arora

My interest in technology and writing started back in 2010. Since then, I have written for many leading publications, including Computerworld, GSMArena, TechSpot, HowtoForge, LinuxJournal, and MakeTechEasier to name a few. Here at PiunikaWeb, my work involves covering on daily basis the biggest tech stories as well as scoops that you won't find anywhere else.