As far as iPad 3 rumours go, it would probably be far more shocking to announce that Apple had chosen not to bring Siri to the next generation tablet.
According to a recent report from Apple.pro (and common sense to be honest) the iPad 3 will be featuring the digital assistant powered by the latest voice technology.
On a market with cut-throat competition, any advantage is invaluable and any disappointment is rapidly seized upon by rivals and can become a costly mistake. Consequently, Apple has to deliver a Siri enabled tablet to the market, and the feature proved to be a huge selling point for the iPhone 4S.
In addition, numerous reports suggest the iPad 3 is likely to seduce consumers with a high resolution 2048x1536 display (with twice the pixel density of its predecessors), a hugely revamped camera (some say we should expect an 8 MP camera), a dual core processor dubbed A5X (not the anticipated quad core A6) and a slightly beveled body, only slightly different to the iPad 2.
However, we'll only know for sure if these predictions are accurate two weeks from now, on March 7th, which is assumed by the majority of pundits to be when Apple's new tablet will be unveiled.