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Now Mac users will say ‘hello Siri’

Apple is expected to add Siri in its next OS version OS X 10.12 and unveil it in WWDC

Policy Pulse
Publish Date: May 20 2016 4:10PM | Updated Date: May 20 2016 4:10PM

Now Mac users will say ‘hello Siri’
Siri has gained a lot of name and a lot of fame due to iphones. The sweet synthetic voice of Siri is what every iphone user would relate to. Everybody loves saying ‘hello Siri’. Siri is not only popular among youth but people of every age love it. 
So, seeing its popularity, Apple may be planning to integrate Siri into its next version of OS X. 
According to a report by MacRumors, there will be Black and White Siri logo on the menu bar or it would be a colourful dock icon. The hands free activation command is also supported. 
Apple is expected to disclose OS X 10.12 at World Wide Developers Conference(WWDC) which is scheduled next month. 
Siri integration in the Mac is still in the early stages of development, but the assistant will presumably be able to answer many of the same queries and perform many of the same tasks it can on iOS devices - opening apps, conducting web searches, controlling HomeKit, sending text messages, reading emails, setting calendar events, and more.