Apple’s Siri is currently available on the iPhone and iPad and now according to a recent report, Siri is coming to the Mac in OS X.
Apple will apparently add Siri to the Mac later this year when it releases its next major version of OS X which will be OS X 10.12.
Apple has apparently been testing out versions of its voice activated assistant for OS X internally and they are apparently ready to launch a version of the software later this year.
According to Mark Gurman from 9 to 5 Mac, Siri will be situated in the Mac Menu Bar in a similar way that Spotlight is and the software will also be voice activated.
Apple is expected to reveal OS X 10.12 at its Worldwide Developer Conference which is expected to take place in June, the software will probably land on the Mac some time in September or October.
Source 9 To 5 Mac
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