Apple is expected to bring Siri to OS X in its next major release of the operating system. The feature has apparently been in testing at Cupertino since 2012, and it looks like the company is now satisfied with its solution on how to integrate the AI assistant.
Sources indicate that Siri will live in the Mac’s Menu Bar. The icon is assumed to exist between the search and notifications icons, although this is not yet known for certain. What is known is that Siri will have a dark transparent interface in the top right corner when active. 9to5mac has designed a mockup of what it believes the final product will look like, but that is purely speculation at this point.
Siri was originally released four years ago on iOS, and Apple fans have been waiting patiently for the feature to be included on OS X. In comparison, Siri is already available on the Apple TV.
Mac OS X 10.12 is expected to be announced in June at Apple’s World Wide Developers’ Conference, and is expected to bring minor user interface tweaks. These will not be very drastic and is likely just Apple tinkering with how everything looks.