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In 9to5Mac they wanted to roll it up before the end of the Mobile World Congress: Mark Gurman leaked today that Apple plans to bring Siri to OS X with the arrival of version 10.12 of the system , which should appear in beta during this year’s WWDC.
Apparently here there is no refusal from Apple to bring Siri to their computers because of a prirization of iOS as some suggested: the company would be experimenting with Siri on Macs since 2012 and it has not been until now that they have achieved a clean and efficient interface. This is a plan that was thought out long before.
Siri can be activated with the mouse, with a keyboard shortcut or with our voice
Siri can be activated with a mouse click from the menu bar , using a new button next to Spotlight. Tests are still being done and there could be changes, but the idea is to inherit the colored wave interface that we already have in the Apple Watch, iOS devices and Apple TV.
Siri can be configured from its own panel in System Preferences (similar to wizard settings in iOS), with several options including being able to customize a keyboard shortcut to activate it or select your language.
In addition, we can also activate Siri with the “Hey, Siri” command that we can already use on iOS devices (and more advanced on iPhone 6s). A wizard during the first configuration of the Mac will allow us to configure it so that the computer only reacts to our voice.
Finally, Mark has stated that OS X 10.12 will also focus on improving system performance as has been the case with El Capitan and promises the first details of iOS 10 for the near future. It looks like we will have a fun spring before the MWC.