We have heard them all repeatedly: high resolution Retina Display, A6 processor, 4G and LTE compatibility, and of course, improved cameras. These speculations have been tailing the highly anticipated launching of the iPad 3. It’s like everyone is breathing every single update of the iPad 2 successor. So aside from what has been mentioned, what other iPad 3 features can we expect?
Rumors have been going round the block saying that the Apple iPad 3 will be adopting Siri, the virtual assistant from the iPhone 4S that has undoubtedly contributed much to its success. And this totally made sense since Siri didn’t only make their owner’s lives easier but also entertained them. But Siri had her own limitations. And this included availability in different languages. Currently, the iPhone 4S virtual assistant is accessible in languages such as in English, German, and French.
With the most-awaited release of the iPad 3 and with Siri being a part of it, there is some proof to believe that the speech recognition interface will next be supporting the Japanese language. In fact, when the iPhone 4S Siri is asked what languages she speaks her answer will include Japanese although not the case. She might just have given away the plan for Apple’s next step.
Moreover MacRumors had reported that, “It’s possible that Siri’s additional languages will be launched with the iPad 3 release next month.” But regarding the availability of Siri in Chinese and Russian languages, word has still to be heard of it.