“Not many people get a new computer every single year, but now that Apple has OS X on a yearly update cycle, our computers can feel refreshed and renewed while we bide our time waiting for new MacBook Pros or MacBook Airs,” Susie Ochs writes for Macworld.
“New features add convenience and speed up tasks we do all the time, and developers can get new tools to delight us with their own apps too,” Ochs writes. “This year’s WWDC keynote is bound to hold some surprises, and here’s what we could see in the next OS X—er, excuse me, MacOS. Or whatever it’s called.”
Ochs writes, “Siri is on our iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and even the Apple TV—hopefully this is the year Apple’s personal assistant makes the jump to the Mac.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Boy, it feels like Siri should be on the Mac already, doesn’t it?
Here’s hoping for a milestone WWDC!