Apple's voice assistant talks too much ahead of the WWDC 2016.
On Monday, June 13, Apple will present the new versions of the Apple operating systems. One of the new features that Apple is believed to unveil is the the integration of Siri in OS X.
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Siri has been spotted to already hinting at her new home in MacOS (OS X). When asking Siri to open settings in the window, she mentions Finder in her response. Brian Roemmele made that discovery. He is experimenting with Siri since its release. I tested the question and it is indeed working. Finder is only available on OS X and not on iOS. It appears Apple's engineers have already deployed bits and pieces of Siri's macOS integration.
I asked Siri about what is new at the WWDC, her answer: "I'm so excited! You can find out all about WWDC on Apple's website." So no more hints from her.
The wait is almost over. Tim Cook will take the stage at the WWDC 2016 at 10am PDT to deliver the keynote. The WWDC 2016 is expected to be only about software and there will be no new hardware announcements.
Last week we carried a rumor that Apple will reveal an iMessage Android app would be one of the highlights of the WWDC keynote. Apple is refreshing all its operating systems and will reveal the new features of OS X (to be renamed to MacOS?), tvOS, iOS and watchOS.
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The WWDC 2016 keynote will be streamed live on Apple.com.