Shortly after being released, we found that the iMac Pro It was the first Apple computer to adopt a proprietary chip to improve its security. Before it was released, however, rumors realized that such a machine would be the first to offer the "And the Siri" feature between Macs (ie interacting with Apple's virtual assistant without having to click buttons).
Such a feature, however, was not implemented; months later, behold, the MacBook Pro (model 2018) was released with support for such a feature. And as it has the same T2 chip, the question was: why does the notebook offer this service and the desktop, no? Well, Apple has now solved this problem with the release of macOS Mojave 10.14 and has tried to bring the "Siri" to the iMac Pro.
O 9to5Mac tested the feature, see below:
The good part of this integration with the Mac is that unlike iPhones and iPads, when we interact with the assistant on the Mac it doesn't take up the entire computer screen which is great for you to do two or more tasks at once. You might as well ask Siri to do anything (such as playing a song or opening a particular Mac folder for you to use a file) while still working or something.
The “Sir, Siri” feature is now featured on iPhones (6s or higher), iPads (fifth generation or Pro), Apple Watches (all models), HomePods and Macs (iMacs Pro and 2018 Touch Bar MacBooks Pro) ). It is worth noting that, at the clock, you now don't even have to say "Hey, Siri" to interact with the assistant just raise your arm to activate the screen and start talking to her.
Price: Starting at R $ 10,529.10Installment Price: at up to 12x from $ 974.92Release: 2018
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