“As Apple works on the latest El Capitan bug fixer-upper, 10.11.4, it hasn’t quite gotten the love at the Mac App Store,” Gene Steinberg writes for The Tech Night Owl. “It’s still saddled with just three stars out of five, and the complaints are all over the place. To be fair, online reviews of apps and operating systems will always be heavily weighted towards users with problems. For people who have no problems, they’re less apt to bother.”
“Still, the conventional wisdom has it that 10.12 will again be devoted to loads of new features, although I wonder just how many compelling capabilities Apple can add that would bring the numbers to 200 or more,” Sternberg writes. “Well, a new report speculates that Siri is at or near the top of the list.”
“Siri?” Sternberg writes. “If Siri is going to be the tentpole feature of OS 10.12, color me bored.”
Much more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: We can’t wait. If you work in a private environment, as we do in our palatial headquarters, Siri will be very useful. We imagine it would be less so in an office with co-workers close by within hearing range, but, still, Siri on Mac should, and will, be a tentpole feature.
Apple plans to deliver Siri for Mac this year – February 24, 2016