“Apple’s going to show us the future (at least for a year) of all its platforms at WWDC 2016 in a few short weeks time, so what can we expect for the system at the heart of everything Apple does, OS X?” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld.
“There has been speculation Apple plans to change the name of OS X to bring it into line with its other operating systems, tvOS, iOS and watchOS,” Evans writes. “Right now of course we’re all calling OS X 10.12, but might it simply become macOS 1.0?”
“After three years of internal testing, Apple may add Siri support to your Mac,” Evans writes. “Available via an icon in the Menu bar and through a range of keyboard and application shortcuts, this will extend to ‘Hey Siri’ support when your computer is plugged into power.”
More OS X rumors and wishes in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: We’d sure like to see a strong focus on IoT via HomeKit. It’s past time for HomeKit to really take off!