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Siri for Mac appears in leaked OS X 10.12 screenshot!

by Brandon Russell | May 18, 2016May 18, 2016 9:46 am PST

There have been rumors Apple might bring Siri from iOS to the desktop, and new pictures (via MacRumors) confirms the personal assistant will soon make the transition.

As you can see in the images above, Siri’s presence in OS X 10.12 (or MacOS) looks just as you’d expect. There’s a menu bar icon on the top indicating Siri is running, along with a dock icon that features the familiar wave form iOS users see when the AI listens for queries.

In addition to executing Siri with a button press, there’s also the possibility of a hands-free Siri. MacRumors claims users will be able to say, “Hey Siri,” to bring the assistant up, which is identical to the command in iOS; if you have multiple Apple device lying around, does that mean all of them will respond? It’ll be like a symphony of Siri.

MacRumors claims the icons it was shown might not be final, which means what we see at WWDC this summer could be different. As always, we’ll bring you more once new information hits.

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