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[Rumor] Apple May Include Siri And Maps Integration In OS X 10.9

Would you enjoy using Siri on a Mac? How about a handy Maps app? According to 9to5Mac, you may have that ability soon. Early builds of OS X 10.9 show signs of Maps and Siri integration. Could you imagine using Flyover on a Mac?

9to5Mac reports:

It is currently uncertain if Siri will be available, if it goes past the early testing stages, in OS X 10.9 for all users. Siri on iOS devices is tied specifically to certain, newer iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches, so it is possible that Apple will make a similar decision for Siri on the Mac …

… With this MapKit framework, as developers refer to it for iOS, in OS X 10.9, it is also possible that Apple will extend its own work on mapping on the Mac besides integration for developers. It is possible that Apple will want its own full-fledged Maps app on the Mac, but we have not been able to confirm that as of yet.

I don’t care for Siri on my MacBook Pro, but Maps would be great. There’s really no need for Flyover on a Mac, though I’d definitely play with it a lot. Flyover would be very cool on a Mac because Apple would be able to push the graphics a little more.

Source: 9to5Mac

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