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Apple Unveils macOS Sierra

Say hello to Siri and a number of other improvements
Apple's Software
June 13, 2016

The latest version of OS X is here with a new name – macOS.

Improvements in Continuity, iCloud Drive, and more

Improvements in Continuity, iCloud Drive, and more

During the WWDC 2016 keynote today, Apple’s Craig Federighi showcased the latest version of the desktop software.

The software is featuring improvements in Continuity, iCloud Drive, and more.

First up, Continuity has gotten a big shot in the arm. Some of the new features including automatic unlock using an iPhone or Apple Watch and Universal Clipboard. As the name suggests, you can select text on your iPhone and then paste it on a Mac.

But the biggest improvement is Apple Pay coming to the Web using your watch or iPhone.

Say hello to Siri

Say hello to Siri

And as previously rumored, Siri is officially making its way to the desktop.

The personal assistant said she was happy to make the way to the Mac, and didn’t have a complaint about the lack of windows.

The software will officially arrive to the public sometime this fall.