Apple brings Siri to the Mac, opens up Messages

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Is Siri still king?: A virtual assistant showdown
Is Siri still king?: A virtual assistant showdown

Apple is shaking up its software.

On Monday, the company is expected to announce a number of new upgrades to its various operating systems. Expect previews of the new features coming to Macs, iPhones, iPads, the Apple Watch and Apple TV. There’s unlikely to be much hardware news this time around.

The keynote address kicks off Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference. CEO Tim Cook and a roster of other Apple executives will take the stage at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in downtown San Francisco starting at 10 a.m. PT.

Related: Can Apple save Siri?

Some of the biggest announcements are expected to revolve around Siri, Apple’s five-year-old voice assistant. The company could finally open Siri up to third-party developers and bring it to the Mac, among other improvements. Other potential announcements include updates for Apple Music and Apple Pay, and a new name for OS X.

We will be updating this article with the news as it happens. Stay tuned!

CNNMoney (San Francisco) First published June 13, 2016: 10:29 AM ET

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