Why wouldn't Apple put full Siri on the iPad? I mean it would be logical since that's one of Apple's hottest products and Apple's poster feature? Why would they exclude it on their best-selling product? Because Siri was DESIGNED to be used on a phone, not a tablet. Does Siri make much sense on anything other than an iPhone? Maybe blindly at first, but think about Siri's functionalities. "Call Pam at Home" "Remind me to pick up milk when I leave Work" "Send a text message to Kate Eagan" "Show 1 Infinite Loop Cupertino California" Now, you can do that easily on an iPad right? Yes, but the point of Siri was to be able to pull out your phone from your pocket wherever you are, and easily be able to do basic functions without the need to dig through your phone; to make it easy to set a reminder without digging through the menus while on the go. Like I said, the basic phone features without needing to dig through apps and go through menus. With an iPad, you're not walking around with your iPad everywhere (vs. how you do with a phone, unless you have a pocket in your clothing big enough for an iPad), so Apple doesn't expect you to need to do that. Their purpose of Siri isn't to play around, it's to get basic functions done on the fly. That's why (I think) that Siri on an iPad isn't needed.