Here's How Siri Icon for OS X May Look Like
As it was already mentioned on our website, Apple may be planning to integrate its virtual assistant, Siri, into OS X. So far, there have been almost no facts proving this intention, however, thanks to the images shared by reliable insiders yesterday, now we know how the icon of the Siri app for Mac may look like. As you can see below, the icon is pretty similar in color and shape to the way Siri looks and feels on iOS devices.
It's believed that Apple will announce the next-generation operating system for Macs at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference in June. As a part of OS X 10.12 codenamed Fuji, the company may introduce Siri for Mac. The virtual assistant will be capable of performing the same tasks as the version for iOS devices, for example, searching for information, reading emails, creating reminders etc.
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.
At the WWDC in June, Apple will show us not only the revamped OS X 10.12, but hopefully the long-awaited iOS 10 and new versions of watchOS and tvOS. Stay tuned for updates.
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