“Siri is widely expected to make up a big part of Monday’s WWDC keynote (alongside iOS 10, macOS 10.12 and more) but it seems like it is already inadvertently tipping the hat on what is going to be announce,” Benjamin Mayo reports for 9to5Mac.
“Brian Roemelle found that by asking the voice assistant about [‘opening settings in the window’] on his phone, Siri would start referencing the ‘Finder’ app in its responses,” Mayo reports. “Obviously, iOS doesn’t have a Finder app but OS X does.”
Mayo reports, “It seems like Siri is unintentionally leaking the unveiling of Siri for Mac ahead of schedule, or perhaps even a brand new Finder app for iOS 10.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Sounds like Siri didn’t sign the NDA.
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