New Delhi: Apple’s voice assistant Siri, which made its debut in late 2011, is finally to coming to Mac operating system.
Siri will be integrated in the new Mac OS X 10.12, which Apple is expected to introduce in June at its the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), 9To5Mac reported.
Siri will be accessible in the top right corner of the menu bar and the users will be able to activate it using voice command feature.
The report further suggests that Siri will have its own space in the ‘System Preferences’ and will feature colorful sound waves to indicate speech input.
Siri on Mac may be the biggest addition to the Mac OS X this year. Apple is reportedly focusing on overhauling the performance OS X El Captain that was released last year.