New report says Apple plans Siri support on Mac in OS X 10.12.
OS X 10.12 is the next major OS X release expected this Fall. OS X 10.12 is supposed to have the internal codename Fuji.
Don't Miss: iPhone 8: Everything You Need to Know
9to5Mac reports today that Apple will bring Siri to the Mac with the release of OS X 10.12. Siri will be one of the big highlights of this update.
Apple is expected to present OS X 10.12 with the Siri interfaced at the WWDC 2016 in June. Siri is supposed to be available through the menu bar like Sportlight.
When clicking on the Siri icon in the task bar a small window with the Siri sound waves appears. The "Hey Siri" voice activation is also going to be supported on Macs.
I am still not really using Siri on the iPhone and on the Apple Watch. I spend though most time in front of an iMac. Maybe when Siri is on my Mac, I will adopt it. Siri better be fast and responses in an instant, I hate waiting.
Don't Miss: Nintendo Switch: Everything You Need To Know
The new OS X 10.12 is again not a flashy release. Apple is expected to just incrementally improve stability and performance. Besides OS X 10.12, Apple will also release iOS 10 this fall.