Commentary: The future of Apple's iOS approach moves to quick access everywhere. It may be a sign of iPhone and iPad experiences to come.
Apple announced only one new change to its Siri assistant, and it's not enough to close the gap.
Siri will be front and center on both iOS and OS X, now called MacOS, starting this fall.
Siri is getting smarter on iOS and making its way to the Mac. Why sit through Apple's two-hour presentation when you can get the information in a lot less time?
From a new name for OS X to a revamped Apple Music, the company lays out a dizzying array of new features and improvements. But few stand out in an event that's all over the place.
Apple opens up its Maps app to developers and beefs up traffic and routing options.
Apple shows off its new MacOS and enables Siri functionality inside.
Apple announces new apps for its TV device and makes searching smarter with Siri upgrade.
All third-party developers will be able to integrate Siri into their apps so you can ask Apple's voice assistant to do much more than just answer simple questions.
Apple is making improvements to Siri's ability to understand users' commands without getting confused.
We discuss whether Apple's rumored improvements to Siri will make it relevant, and talk about Microsoft's $26 billion bet on LinkedIn.
The voice assistant isn't spilling any specific beans, but its replies to certain questions could be a clue to Mac support.
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