As a user, you have complete control over how loudly or softly Siri can speak when it’s communicating with you. Unfortunately, there’s no option in the Settings app (except Apple Watch) to change the Siri voice feedback volume. This does not mean you have to bear with the blaring sound. We’ll walk you through the process and help you change the Siri volume on Apple devices.
How to control Siri volume on Apple Devices to the desired level?
If you ever wanted to tell the voice-assistant in Apple to keep its volume down while speaking or announcing something important but didn’t know how to do it, this tutorial is for you. We’ll explain to you how to change the Siri volume on the following Apple devices.
- Apple Watch.
There’s a separate volume control for Siri, just the way there is a separate volume control for the ringer, alerts, and media files.
1] iPhone or iPad
Invoke Siri by saying ‘Hey Sir!’. Now, when it begins speaking, press the Volume buttons on the side of your iPhone to turn Siri volume up or down. Alternatively, you can control the same through your voice. It is probably the easiest way. Simply say Hey Siri or press and hold the Side or Home button to launch it. Then just say like, ‘Change your volume to 50 percent.’
2] Apple Watch
If you’re wearing your Apple Watch, enter the passcode to unlock it and then go the Settings app.
Scroll down to Siri.
Go to Voice Volume heading.
Tap the slider, then turn the Digital Crown to adjust the volume.
If you already have Siri on your Mac enabled, hold down Command (⌘) key and Space bar until Siri responds. Now, just when it starts speaking, press the Volume control in the menu bar, then drag the slider to adjust the volume to the desired level.
4] Change Siri volume on HomePod
The digital voice assistant automatically adjusts the volume on your HomePod based on the level of noise in the room. You can also tap - or + on the top of your HomePod to change the volume.
Hope that makes sense!