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Siri For Mac with OSX 10.9

Question asked by Kaustubh Katdare in #Gadgets on Nov 19, 2012
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Nov 19, 2012
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Looks like Apple's engineers are busy trying to bring the iOS experience to the Macs. 9To5Mac reports that the early test builds of the next update to OSX indicate that Apple will include Siri and Maps support. Currently Siri - Apple's natural voice recognising digital assistant is currently tied to the latest iOS hardware. All the processing power that Siri needs to understand and interpret your voice is already present with the Macs so there's a chance that Apple will finally do it. Systems running Mountain Lion will be able to run Siri without any hassels.


Apple will also bring the much hyped and criticised Maps software to Mac lineup. How useful it will be still remains questionable. But all this, as we learn, will be subject to clearance from the testing teams. We don't have any knowledge of the OSX 10.9 launch date but we'd expect it to go live in the next three months. Apple's already building huge data centers to support the cloud based services like Siri for its global roll-out.

We'll of course keep you updated.

Via: 9To5Mac Posted in: #Gadgets

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