There are many rumors mentioned in the last weeks about what will be the news of the WWDC . As always, we hope that Apple will present us with what will be some of the new features of iOS and macOS.
There are even some rumors that Cupertino’s could present some products at this year’s developer’s convention . One of these presentations could be related to a loudspeaker that would have Siri and a touch screen to revolutionize the market.
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But it is now that thanks to a well-known American media dedicated to filtering the new patents of the Californians, we know some software details on which Apple could work in the very near future .
According to this news, Apple would have patented the possibility that Siri could communicate with other virtual assistants . Specifically, the patent shows how the communication that would occur between Apple’s assistant on our mobile phone, to the assistant also in this case of Apple but on a device such as an iPad or Apple TV. The patent shows the interaction between the two Siris of the different terminals.
With this, Apple seeks to achieve greater harmony, ease and take a step towards the future of smart homes. Without a doubt, Apple is already working on how to incorporate these new ideas into its future intelligent house , and the so-called Siri integrated speaker can be the first step on that long staircase that we have left to achieve a totally intelligent house.
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Surely, this will only be the first step for Californians and we should not be surprised to see in the future a toaster, a washing machine or a toothbrush with the symbol of the bitten apple and with Siri to make our lives a little easier .
What is clear is that Apple has a lot of news for both the WWDC and the future presentations of terminals , where we hope to see more of this great idea to get your home or your appliances through the Siri of your iPhone.
Font : Patently Apple