Siri has been in countless devices such as iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV, and now the app is finally making its way into the iMac.
According to 9to5Mac stating, that Apple is implementing the Siri app into the coming version of OS X, that is expected to reach its users by this year.
The company also added that it would be implementing a Siri button in the Mac PC's menu bar next to the Spotlight icon, where it's activated by clicking on it.
There is also an option when activating Siri by using a keyboard shortcut on a user's Mac when plugged in to power.
If a user activates Siri, it would therefore give out a response shown at the corner of the desktop screen in a shady like dark window just as similar as the Siri interface on the iPhone.
According to 9to5Mac reporting, "Instead of integrating Siri as a swipe menu akin to the Mac's Notification Center or as a full screen view like on the iPhone and even the iPad Pro, Siri for the Mac will live in the Mac's Menu Bar,"
Apple mentioned the launch will commence in June at the Worldwide Developer Conference, where also the company is most likely to reveal the Mac's new software upgrades which will be headlining key features of the software.