A couple of hours ago, Apple has released the third beta of the upcoming iOS 5.1 for developers with interesting facts and functions, the infamous hacker Sonny Dickson comes up with a interesting part that Apple has been planning to port the Siri Dictation in the iPad with iOS 5.1 or so. The developer has just updated its iPad 2 with iOS 5.1 Beta 3 to check the latest features of the beta 3 and found out a new link present in the settings heading to the legal notice in the Keyboard settings which reflects the Siri Dictation coming to the iPad in the next iOS 5.1 update.
The latest finding about the Siri arrival on iPad is not under the depth of firmware, it is openly available in the settings apps of the iPad and everyone with latest iOS 5.1 beta 3 on its iPad 2 can check it out, to read about the Siri dictation and its privacy.
You can check out the new finding simply by opening Settings -> General -> Keyboard settings, there you should see a link highlighting “About Privacy and Dictation”. The section has not been available in the iPad iOS settings, and comes with the latest iOS 5.1 beta 3 and shows the Apple plans to port Siri dictation in the iPad by default.
Well, as hinted by the developer, it is not meant that Apple is going to launch the Siri Dictation in next iOS 5.1 software update for public. They might be working on the feature to include it in iOS 5.1 but has not able to finish their work for final release, there are couple of other points too. Some are suggesting that Apple might be going to make this feature exclusively for the iPad 3, like they have made Siri only exclusive to the iPhone 4S.