“Hey Siri” I never said

Do you have an iPhone, iPad or perhaps HomePod that responds to “Hey Siri”? Or perhaps you’re sitting there and all of a sudden your device just out of the blue starts talking to you without said command. Seems to me that Siri is in need of some tweaking as she’s a tad overly sensitive, responding to the opening of a car door.

Since purchasing my HomePod recently, I’ve had several occasions where I’ll be watching a TV program and all of a sudden the device starts playing music based upon what it interpreted was a request via the TV. There’s an ad at the moment for a car, a couple heads into town with their dirty dog to take him to the dog wash; Siri just loves this ad and plays the same Metal music song. Each time it’s a case of grab the phone and hurriedly turn off via the Home app.

I’ve tried changing settings, however there’s no way for me to stop it interpreting what it believes to be commands. “Hey Siri” stop being so sensitive, just respond to me y’all!

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