Apple updates Macs with MacPS Sierra to Introduce Siri for Mac with more features
Finally here is some good news for all the geeks and gadget lovers, as tech giant Apple has come with an irresistible offer for you. Apple has been automatically updating Macs with MacPS Sierra which brings with itself many new services, including, Siri on the laptops and desktops, helps in optimising storage, iTunes 12.5 and an update on iCloud, which makes it easier to sync all the Apple devices. The Macs can now, like the iPhone, send an update on the messages from iMessage.
On its blog, Apple said “Siri makes its debut on Mac, with new capabilities designed just for the desktop. And that’s not the only way your Mac is smarter. macOS Sierra helps you rediscover your best photos, shop faster and more conveniently online, and work more seamlessly between devices. It can also help free up valuable storage space. Now your Mac does even more for you, so you can do more with your Mac”.There are other improvements noticed in Macs because of the new MacOS Sierra update, volume control has become slightly better than it used to be, the Photos app is now capable of recognising and searching for faces and places, Picture in Picture allows you to keep the videos you wish to watch through iTunes or other Safari supported websites, afloat in the corner as you switch on to another window for multitasking.Many of the features of MacOS Sierra are similar to the new iOS 10 update in Apple iPhones.All that Siri is capable of doing on iPhones, can now be done on Macs with the same Apple Assistant. You can either ask Siri for help or you can have fun with Siri asking it all kinds of questions for sarcastic replies such as “What is 0÷0″, ” Okay Google”, “Beatbox” and more.
If you’re not to excited about the new update, there is always an option to turn it off and continue to use your Mac, as it is.
However, not all Macs are going to get an automatic update. The MacOS Sierra is only compatible with iMac (Models starting from 2009), MacBook Air (2010 or later models), Mac Mini (Mid 2010 or newer models), Mac Pro (Mid 2010 or newer models).