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Discussion in 'iPad 3 Forum' started by Seadog, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. Seadog

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    It looks like most of what people wanted will be on the new iPad. Retina, 4G LTE, Voice (Siri?) battery life, and more.:D
     
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    Everything ok but it is Voice Dictation and not Siri I wonder what limitations does it have than Siri !!
     
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    Wooooot!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    The lack of Siri support is curious. It has everything it needs, why not support it?
     
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    And no regular USB port? :(
     
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    Siri may be supported under a future iOS like 6, but I find it significant that they added voice capability. The use of Siri has fallen off after the novelty has worn off. It could be that it was put out as a beta to try to understand how it would be used long term. And a USB port is available with the camera kit, they just disable a lot of the functions. That wil not change anytime soon. Apple is more likely to put a Thunderbolt port than USB.
     
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    Guys what about screen is it IPS? And I could find is new processor based on A9 or A15 chipset?
     

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