The Apple voice assistant app "Siri" that was launched way back last year in the month of October along with iOS 5, reportedly that iOS 6 will bring Siri to Apple's tablet, the "iPad." The voice-activated sidekick was first introduced in the brand-new iPhone 4S.

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We all know that the new iPad has a bunch of amazing features including a quad-core GPU, iSight camera, Retina display and LTE. And now! Siri will be added to that fantastic features.

As you can see at the above images, that will be the "Siri" look on iPad mockup according on the descriptions of 9to5Mac sources.

According to international tech site, "Siri, the software we first detailed for the iPhone in September of last year, brings all of its iPhone 4S features to the iPad, except for the phone-related commands. Music playback, iMessaging, Calendar managing, Reminders, Weather, Maps integration, E-mailing, Notes, Contacts searching, Safari integration, Wolfram-Alpha searching, and more are all present."

9to5Mac site added, "Unlike on the iPhone 4S, Siri for iPad is not a full screen experience. This makes sense given the device’s larger, 9.7-inch display. Siri on the iPad is activated by a quick hold of the home button, just like on the iPhone 4S. The interface slides up from below the display with a clever animation. Siri is built into the iPad as a small window on top of whatever interface the user is currently interacting with. "

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