The most powerful feature of Siri is a "Hey, Siri" trigger that allows us to get instant help, such as HomeKit accessories and music control, iMessage, etc. The problem is that the Siri trigger prefix sounds like "Privet, Siri" in Russian. . Looks like you just translated "Hey" into Russian and got "Privet," but that word means "Hello." It's very annoying to greet Siri every time we just want to switch the lights on. It sounds even weirder when we go to bed and say, “Hello, Siri! Good night!". The English word "Hey" has another meaning, such as "pay attention to me", which has nothing to do with the Russian "Privet". https://www.change.org/p/apple-change-russian-siri-trigger-command- de-liv-siri-la-hei-siri
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