With last year's launch of macOS Sierra, Apple brought its digital assistant Siri to its laptop and desktop computers, but it looks as though the upcoming iMac Pro is going to go a step further and let you activate the app with a "hey Siri" voice command.
In other words you won't have to click to talk to the assistant, you can just start talking. Apparently, the feature is even going to work if your iMac Pro is switched off, thanks to a separate A10 Fusion chip, the same processor that launched inside the iPhone 7.
All of this information is courtesy of some code digging by developers Jonathan Levin, Steve Troughton-Smith and Guilherme Rambo, who have been …
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