Rumor: Siri will finally come to OS X in version 10.12

According to 9to5Mac, Apple finally take the Crab (virtual assistant present on iOS, watchOS and tvOS) to the Mac operating system, the OS X.

Siri on MacMockup how Siri should look on OS X

According to the website, Apple has been testing the feature on OS X since 2012, but only now would she have been satisfied with the result of the implementation. Siri should be on the system menu bar, next to the Spotlight and Notification Center icons.

When clicking on the Siri icon, a black / translucent interface appears, with a design very similar to what we are used to in iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, etc. In addition, Siri on the Mac will have its own panel in System Preferences and users will also be able to choose a keyboard shortcut to activate the service, making things easier.

OS X 10.12 (which has “Fuji” as an internal code name at Apple) should be presented to the public at WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) 2016, an event that will take place in the middle of the year, probably in mid-June.