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The show at WWDC won’t be complete without Apple revealing its new Mac operating system – macOS Sierra. Apple detailed the OS at the Developer's conference, and the name was not the only thing discussed. 

The Siri is coming to Mac

With the new OS, users will now access their computer in another style – hands-free! All thanks to the technology giant for bringing Siri to the Mac. With an Apple Watch, it will be possible to unlock Mac. This new feature is called the Auto Unlock. Apple's aim is straightforward. They want a seamless experience between its Apple products.

Taking to the stage, Craig Federighi, the senior vice president of software engineering of the firm, unveiled Universal Clipboard. This showed the company’s drive for continuity. With the Universal Clipboard, it is possible for users to copy links or text on an iOS or Mac device, and so far you have your devices connected to your iCloud account, you can paste in another device. Besides, users can also access macOS Sierra Mac on their iPhones.

We cannot be satisfied with the coming of Siri to macOS Sierra alone. Another homecoming king revealed at the WWDC is the Apple Pay. This is going to join other virtual assistants on Mac laptops and desktops. The translation of this is that the service can now be utilized on the web to check out on some of our best shopping portals. 

Similar to what we’ve seen on the iPad, picture-in-picture mode will be featured in the macOS Sierra. Apple had users’ productivity in mind with this!

Glaringly, and a plus to the effort of the firm, featuring Siri in macOS Sierra was the crown on the jewel in this upcoming release. The virtual assistant has its home on the widely known desktop dock, just close to the right hand of the Finder app. The function of Siri will include controlling apps and making web searches, and of course, telling jokes – users will find this pretty handy. 

Talking about compatibility, Apple has said macOS Sierra will work for MacBook and iMac of the late 2009 and later, and the latest as well as the older MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, MacPro, and Mac Mini.

Nevertheless, macOS is expected to be released in the fall. It will be made available as a free upgrade, though is now accessible to the public as a beta version. 

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