Setting the English language on Siri can make Apple's artificial intelligence sing Queen's Bohemian Rapsody. Here's how
Siri, Apple's personal assistant, is famous for its singing performance. You can, in fact, ask the artificial intelligence to do a little beat box and it will respond by trying to simulate the sounds made with the mouth typical of this musical genre. But an American blogger has discovered that Siri can do much more.
Siri, in fact, can sing Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen. Obviously in her own way and with her own voice, and not by playing a video from YouTube or another application. To try to do this on our iPhone, however, we must set the voice assistant in English. To change the language used by Siri we have to go to Settings, and click on Siri in the left column. In the new page that opens we have to click on the heading Language. At this point a pop-up menu will open and from there we have to choose the desired language.
Siri feat. Queen
To start making Siri sing, just say the verse of the song "I see a little silhouette of a man", then the assistant will continue the song. And she'll sing practically all of it. The result is very funny, also because the metallic voice of the personal assistant struggles to repeat the rhythm and metrics of the famous Queen song. This funny feature can be used on both iPhone and iPad. After having a good laugh though, if you're not fluent in English, remember to re-modify the language setting on the voice assistant. Otherwise we'll struggle to make new searches through Siri.