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Siri Assistant Port For iPad 2 Already In The Works [Screenshot]

by on October 16th, 2011

Siri is the ground breaking voice assistant technology introduced by Apple exclusively on the recently launched iPhone 4S. It lets you use your voice to send messages, schedule meetings, place phone calls, and more. Sir’s artificial intelligence actually understands what you say, knows what you mean, and even talks back. Interestingly, a tweet from Aussie iOS developer Sonny Dickson reveals that a port of Siri is already in the works for iPad 2. He posted a screenshot as well showing Siri option inside the iPad 2 Settings.app

Here’s the tweet:

Siri for the iPad 2 (Still working on it) http://img.ly/9qJb

We have already reported on iPhoneInCanada that a port of iPhone 4 has been developed and demoed on video by 9to5Mac in collaboration with developer Steven Troughton-Smith. You can read more about it here.

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  • Nick

    If they can do this does that mean they’ve got a jailbreak for the iPad 2?

  • Anonymous

    A jailbreak is not required to use any of the apps available on Cydia. A jailbreak simply allows users to download/install the packages from Cydia. If you can somehow find a way to get full access (Jailbreak or other means) to the device you can manually install the apps. Its the samething as rooting an android device. With that said, you can develop apps locally and use them on your local device. Or simulate it.

  • Anonymous

    A jailbreak is not required to use any of the apps available on Cydia. A jailbreak simply allows users to download/install the packages from Cydia. If you can somehow find a way to get full access (Jailbreak or other means) to the device you can manually install the apps. Its the samething as rooting an android device. With that said, you can develop apps locally and use them on your local device. Or simulate it.

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