Monday, 13 June 2016

Siri is coming to the Mac

At the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) taking place in California, US, Apple’s Craig Federighi on Monday disclosed that Siri was coming to the Mac, the new macOS Sierra.

With this new in-built feature, Siri on the Mac is now just one click away.

The familiar features of Siri are now on the Mac with brand-new capabilities specifically designed for the desktop. Easily accessible from the Dock, menu bar or keyboard, Siri lets you use your voice to search for information, find files and send messages.

For example you can ask Siri to locate a specific document you worked on last night, add a meeting to your calendar or start a FaceTime call. With Siri on the Mac, you can also drag and drop items from Siri search results into your documents or emails, pin Siri search results in Notification Center to keep an eye on information like sports scores or stock prices, and even adjust system preferences, set reminders and search your Photos library.

With its debut on Mac, Siri is now on all four Apple software platforms — iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS — and handles two billion requests per week across 36 countries.

The WWDC will hold from Monday, June 13 through Friday, June 17.

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