Siri for Mac Icon Leaks Ahead of Expected Unveiling at WWDC

Siri for Mac Icon Leaks Ahead of Expected Unveiling at WWDC

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Screenshots of a new Mac OS X dock icon and menu bar icon for Siri have been leaked to MacRumors by a source who has provided accurate information in the past.

Apple is expected to unveil OS X 10.12 at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June and Siri for Mac has been a rumored new feature.

The menu bar icon is simply the word Siri within a rectangular box. The dock icon is a circle that contains the colorful Siri waveform.

Siri for Mac Icon Leaks Ahead of Expected Unveiling at WWDC

Clicking on either of the icons brings up a Siri waveform to give users a visual cue that the virtual assistant is listening for commands, much like on iOS devices when the Home button is held down.

Additionally, Siri can reportedly be enabled hands-free with 'Hey Siri' but that option is disabled by default. It can be turned on in the Preferences menu.

Presumably, Siri for Mac will operate much like it does on iOS with the ability to open apps, conduct web searches, control HomeKit, send messages, read emails, and more.

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Siri for Mac Icon Leaks Ahead of Expected Unveiling at WWDC
yasarozbas - May 20, 2016 at 7:14am
brawooo
GienP - May 18, 2016 at 9:13pm
I hope they let this function on most macs. I would be upset if they only work on 2013 or later or some BS like that.
. - May 18, 2016 at 9:24pm
That's like wanting the first iPad to run iOS 7. Not to say what you think is illogical, but how can it work? How can it be possible for older technology to support newer functions? What if the keys on older macs are arranged or work different in most ways?
(>~>) - May 18, 2016 at 6:32pm
Ugh finally
(^_^) - May 18, 2016 at 5:43pm
Hell, it's about time!
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