Apple Might Launch ‘SiriOS’ at WWDC 2020 – Here’s What You Should Know

Jul 20, 2019
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According to the latest Voice Tech Report of 2019, Mangrove Capital Partner claims that Apple will introduce SiriOS at WWDC 2020. At this point in time, we're not clearly sure how it will look like or what forward-facing additions will the platform boast. However, there are subtle clues present which might draw a silhouetted picture. Let's dive in to see some more details on SiriOS and how Apple aims to position it.

SiriOS to Launch at WWDC 2020 to Boost Innovation and Adoption

As per the report, over the course of the decade, we will adhere to voice-based computing. In addition to this, the report also claims that 'SiriOS' will be launched at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in the year 2020. In its attempts, the launch will accelerate its adoption and innovation in the tech industry.

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If you're unfamiliar, like we all are at this point, SiriOS would potentially be developed independently regardless of the fact that will run on iOS, iPadOS or macOS. Developers would write and integrate their applications with SiriOS, ensuring that its functionality is accessible across Apple's ecosystem.

Fix Siri Issues

Apart from this, SiriOS could possibly make Apple's HomePod more useful, enhancing its functionality to greater heights. At this stage, the HomePod is quite limited due to the restrictions imposed by Siri. Do take note that there is no official word from Apple at this point and no credible sources were mention to bolster the claim. Henceforth, we would advise users to take the news with a  pinch of salt.

Voice-based computing is getting some pretty good heat lately since every major smartphone manufacturer along with other third-party manufacturers has embarked on the smart speaker race. We're not sure how Apple will position its SiriOS platform if it ever sees daylight, so it's better to give it time until official news is available. SiriKit is already available for developers to take advantage of, so future possibilities could boast usual trends.

There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details on the matter. This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the matter? Do you think SiriOS will see daylight any time soon? Let us know in the comments.

Source: Mangrove

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