At the Worldwide Developer Conference in San Francisco, Apple SVP of Software, Craig Federighi, announced OS X Mavericks, the next version of Mac OS X. The release marks Apple’s move away from cat-themed names for major OS X releases.
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Apple seems to be on a roll. Hot on the heels of releasing iOS 6.1.2 to fix the Exchange Calendar bug and Java update to fix vulnerabilities along with the malware removal tool, they have released an update for iTunes.
When Apple announced the preview of Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion last year, we were hoping that it would also include Siri – Apple’s personal assistant feature. Unfortunately, all we got was the dictation feature.
But it looks like Apple is planning to finally bring Siri to Macs, as a new job listing has revealed that Apple is looking for a Siri UI engineer who will be in charge of implementing the contents that appears in Siri’s conversational view.