While Siri has been a mainstay on portable Apple devices since the iPhone 4S dropped, there are industry rumblings that Mac users may have desktop access to the company’s digital assistant very soon. According to 9to5Mac’s sources, Apple may be planning on rolling out Siri as a “tentpole” feature of OS X 10.12 at the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference later this year. The OS update is rumored to include voice commands—users need only say “Hey, Siri”—and a menu bar icon to access the assistant’s features. It’s too soon to tell how many—if any—of these rumors will prove true, but all the more reason to look forward to WWDC.
This comes hot on the heels of Apple’s announcement that it will partner with UK fashion house Burberry to stream and sell the latter’s upcoming collection via Apple TV.