Apple details 'Siri for Mac' desktop virtual assistant in new patent application
Apple details 'Siri for Mac' desktop virtual assistant in new patent application: "While Apple's Siri has been an iOS staple since 2011, the tech has yet to make the jump to OS X. An exhaustive new patent filing, however, details a very similar desktop version of the virtual assistant that can perform dictation, high-level system commands and even act as a 'third hand' for Mac users. "
Here's one: Siri, why don't you stay on the iPhone so the Mac OS can reduce it's bloat and get back to basics.
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