It would if the batsman were unaware of the bowler's change. It's best explained if you use a left arm off spinner. If he bowls around the wickets from close to the stumps with a high arm and pitches the ball on middle, it might turn to outside off stump. If he then bowls wide of the crease with a lower arm and again pitches the ball on middle, it might only straighten. So those who didn't notice his change in angle would believe that the ball didn't turn as much as the previous ball, when in fact it did, if you consider the different release point. But of course a batsman isn't blind and would notice such a change and react accordingly.