OS X 10.9 rumored to include Siri and Apple Maps


Apple OS X 10.9 Rumor

Whether Siri is ready or not, Apple’s (AAPL) virtual assistant is the future. Although OS X 10.9 is still largely a mystery outside of a few Web sightings, 9to5Mac reports early builds of the next Mac operating system could see Siri and the widely criticized Maps app baked in. The Apple blog says it’s unsure if the two features will make it past the early testing stages and says if they do, they could be features Apple only supports on brand-new Macs. OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion’s Dictation is believed to be a hint that Siri is on its way, much like how the third-generation iPad only had dictation at launch but was later gifted with Siri in iOS 6. If the rumors of Apple moving OS X towards an annual release schedule are true, 10.9 could be pushed out by the end of summer next year.

OS X 10.9 rumored to include Siri and Apple Maps
Raymond Wong
Mon, 19 Nov 2012 14:05:19 GMT

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