Date: Friday, June 17th, 2016, 08:38
Category: News, Sierra, Siri, Software
This is what it’s like to use Siri on the Mac.
The cool cats at MacRumors have assembled a demo video of using the Siri beta on macOS Sierra, which is due for release this fall. Siri on the Mac can perform many of the same functions available on iOS, like answering simple queries, looking up information, sending messages, opening apps, and more, plus there are Mac-specific functions.
Siri can be accessed through the menu bar, a dock icon, or a keyboard command, and the Siri results, displayed in individual windows, can be pinned to the Today section of the Notification Center or added to documents and files.
Take a gander:
MacOS Sierra and Siri for Mac are still currently in beta and available only to the developer community at present, but Apple has stated it plans to release a public beta in July.
As always, let us know what you think in the comments and stay tuned for additional details as they become available.