WWDC: MacOS Sierra brings Siri to the desktop and unveils 'auto unlock' for Apple Watch users

Carly Page
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Plenty of changes coming to Mac OS on the desktop
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Plenty of changes coming to Mac OS on the desktop

And Apple Pay comes to Safari for online shopping

Apple has announced a slew of technical upgrades in the opening day of its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco, California.  The announcements include a new version of MacOS, ...

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