“Ever since the rumors of Siri making its way to the Mac began gaining credence,” Sébastien Page writes for iDownloadBlog, “I started thinking about how I would like to use the feature on OS X, and what it would mean for Siri on iOS.”
“As I was toying around with the idea of Siri on my Mac, something became apparent very quickly: Siri and Spotlight Search have a lot in common,” Page writes. “So much so that maybe it would make sense to merge then into one feature at some point.”
Page writes, “I think merging both Spotlight and Siri into one feature/entity would make things easier not only for the user who would then know he can search and find anything he wants in one place, but also for Apple who would then be able to brand Siri as the one and only assistant for both your iOS devices and your Mac.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: So, Spotlight goes away (becomes “Siri”) and Spotlight’s existing capabilities get integrated into Siri, including the ability to not just talk to, but also type to Siri.
What do you think?