The voice behind Apple‘s Siri voice assistant found its name. After all, The Verge’s call of Allison Dufty’s voice as Siri’s original voice source has turned false and the original voice of Siri is unveiled by CNN and she is Susan Bennett, and Atlanta-based voice actor.
Susan Bennett of Atlanta is proved to be the original voice used in Siri software which comes with Apple’s iPhones and iPads and the company released Siri with iPhone 4S and the application still comes packed with the company’s new model iPhone 5S and 5C too. Susan has also provided her voice to Delta Airlines, Tilli the All-Time Teller machines and many other projects. She also told to CNN that she didn’t knew that she was providing her voice for iPhone application and she used to spend 4 hours daily, regularly in July 2005.
After the hunt of media to find the voice behind Siri, she planned to put herself into the lights, she said:
“It seemed like everyone was clamoring to find out who the real voice behind Siri is, and so I thought, well, you know, what the heck? This is the time.”
Apple hasn’t confirmed the fact yet, but listening to the voice of the CNN’s video will make you to agree the claim. CNN also hired an audio forensics expert to test the audio samples of Susan and he accepted it with 100% matching voice.