Siri for iPad? Yes, iPad users soon are gonna be talking with Siri which also means that the Apple’s Assistant is no longer be exclusive to iPhone4S users. And with iOS 6, it features Siri support to iPad, not only the voice dictation but the complete Siri voice assistant.
Except for the phone-related commands, Siri brings all of its iPhone 4S features to the iPad including Music playback, iMessaging, Calendar managing, Reminders, Weather, Maps integration, E-mailing, Notes, Contacts searching, Safari integration, Wolfram-Alpha searching.Activated by a quick hold of the home button, Siri for iPad is not a full-screen experience unlike with the iPhone 4S. It is built into the iPad as a small window with rounded corners sits at the bottom center of the display which takes space over the iPad interface currently in use. It also works from the lock screen.
While Apple iOS 6?s Siri for iPad features on both iPad2 and the new iPad, though unconfirmed, it is most likely that the Siri for iPad will be exclusive to the latest Retina Display model. Apple believes that just like with iPhone4S, a single iPad model would allow the Siri servers and functionality to grow at a scalable pace.
Meanwhile, let’s wait until June 11 and find out whether Apple is gonna launch Siri with the rest iOS 6 at the WWDC. iOS 6 will also feature a new in-house Maps application with a 3D mode, a revamped iTunes Store, App Store, and iBookstore. So guys, have your iPads ready to meet with Siri in just a couple of days.