“Apple’s big iPhone reveal is approaching and Mac users like you and I are hoping we will soon be able to use the final version of the big macOS update, Sierra,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “When we get to do this (and it may not be for a few more weeks yet), here are a few things we can look forward to doing in the new OS.”

“You’ll definitely want to enable and use Siri, and you’ll be pleased to have done so – it’s incredibly useful on a Mac. What’s the first thing you should ask?” Evans writes. “I suggest asking Siri, ‘What can you do?’ You will see a huge collection of commands gathered according to app.”

“Sometimes when you ask Siri a question you’ll find you can save the answer to Notification Center. Sometimes you can save those answers as a widget, you’ll be able to see that if a plus icon appears to the top right of Siri’s responses,” Evans writes. “This is quite useful for sports scores, for example. It’s also a great way to avoid running searches more than once.”

More macOS Sierra features you’ll use in the full article here.

MacDailyNews Take: If you haven’t been running the macOS Sierra betas these past few months, you’ll be very happy when it’s released to the public and you boot up and start using your “new” macOS Sierra Mac(s)!