Apple’s Siri on Mac could get real this June

Apple could debut Siri for Mac at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference in June

By: Tech Desk | Updated: February 28, 2016 10:46 am
Apple could launch Siri for Mac at its annual WWDC in June Apple could launch Siri for Mac at its annual WWDC in June; likely to be different from its iOS version

Apple is planning to bring its voice-assistant, Siri to Mac as well. According to 9to5Mac, the next major OS X update version 10.12 will bring the iOS only feature to Apple’s much-loved desktop operating system.

Apple launched Siri as a standalone virtual assistant on iOS and last year expanded it to Apple Watch and Apple TV. The 9to5Mac report further notes that Apple has internally testing Siri integration since 2012 and now the company sees some clear vision for Siri on Mac OS X.

Siri for Mac could arrive at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference WWDC in June 2016. While Siri has its own full-screen view on iPhone and iPad, it will reside on the menu bar of Mac. Basically, the new update will add one more icon which would initiate Siri from the menu bar of updated Mac OS.

Recently Apple added ‘Hey Siri’ feature to iPhone 6s and 6s Plus making its ever-learning virtual assistant even more useful. It will worth waiting to see how it works on Mac. Probably we might sit in front of our Mac and shout Hey Siri, please send an email.

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