9to5Mac reports that the new redesigned iMac will not be slow, and now you know the site has some interesting news to reveal about the future of the Mac. According to reliable sources that the site has spoken will services such as Apple’s virtual assistant Siri and the new Map Service iOS 6 make their appearance in OS X 10.9. If the rumors turn out to see Apple seems the trend to continue for the traditional Mac increasingly on an iOS device to appear in the last two years, the two operating systems more and more functions of each acquired.
These sources say that early builds of OS X 10.9 integrate Apple’s Siri voice command software much like Apple’s newest iPad models running iOS 6.
In addition to that, Apple plans to integrate its so-far criticized and controversial mapping service into OS X as a framework for developers, according to people familiar with early testing.
It is not entirely surprising to see that Siri is also possible to come to the Mac, the service is currently available for the iPad and iPad, and it is also possible to use the service on your Mac to use to dictate text. Siri for Mac seems therefore logical step, in the beginning, we have seen that it was only possible on the iPad to dictate, but since the launch of iOS 6 with all Siri commands. It also seems that the intention will be for OS X 10.9, the more units of service use, the better and more complete service will be. Apple sees much in these services is therefore more than obvious, the giant data centers in recent times and are built are an indication that the company is fully preparing for the future demand for this type of web services.
Siri is not the only service from iOS to OS X is charged, because according to the sources of 9to5Mac will soon be on the cards can be used in Apple’s OS X. It is unclear, however, whether the service will consist of a single application or service that developers can implement in their own applications. The maps service to OS X will be a good step in the right direction. Services such as these are often dependent on user data and service to the Mac to bring more people will come into contact with the cards, making the transition to an iOS device will be a lot easier. The good news for Apple is that they are running OS X can do little wrong, since there is no standard maps application can be found, as was the case with Google Maps and iOS 6.
Earlier this month we wrote that some Macs with OS X 10.9 were over come in various foreign Apple websites, and today came out that OS X 10.9, the name Lynx going to get along. Given the usual schedule of Apple is obvious that early next year we get more information about the new version of the operating system. The public version will appear somewhere until July 2013.