Next version OS X 10.9 will have Siri and maps iOS 6
From Lion (10.7) forward, Apple has taken a clear focus with your operating system Mac OS X computer: closer in terms of features to that seen on mobile devices, with styles and functions similar to those of IOS for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
And apparently, 10.9 will be another version that will give new step in this integration between mobile and traditional, it is rumored that this new version of OS X will have two characteristic features of iOS 6: siri and Maps. First, the wizard would replace voice dictation features in the platform, offering a clearer understanding of human lengiaje to answer questions and activate functions on your computer, just as they have done iPhone users for some time.
On the other hand, and despite the failure representing their maps, Apple will make available from outside of mobile devices to transfer them to Mac computers, probably through a little application that will have to deal with the desktop versions of Google Maps and Nokia here, but at least there is an intent.
The arrival of these and other developments have yet to date, although it is estimated that in early 2013 Apple could have earlier versions of the operating system to developers, preparing for an official launch by mid next year.
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