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Siri is one of the main feature on iPhone and this year Apple has plans to bring its digital assistant to OS X, According to a new report from 9to5 Mac.  

This was also reported by Mark Gurman, who has a solid track record on Apple rumors. Gurman reports the Mac version of Siri will live in the Menu Bar, where a Siri icon will appear in the top right corner near the Spotlight Search tool. Clicking on the Siri icon will open a “transparent Siri interface” with the same colorful waves Apple introduced with Siri in iOS 9 and apple watch.

Also “Hey Siri” functionality, which allows you to activate Siri with your voice. Just like the iPhone’s, you will need to plug in your mac to power outlet to enable this feature.

We can expect this change in the upcoming OS X version which will be introduced in WWDC – 16 along with iOS 10. Apple will conduct its WWDC in summer, where upcoming version of OS X and iOS are introduced and are released for developers with a public launch in fall.

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