Apple aims to expand Siri’s compatibility with third-party apps and services.
The next few hours will be very important for Apple, because the WWDC 2023 celebration will bring a multitude of announcements, not only a first look at its new mixed reality headsets, but also changes that we will see in the assistant Siri.
Siri has been with us for many years, but Apple he wants to take a step forward by improving it, and for this he wants to make it easier for the user to use, and at the same time make it more accessible to everyone.
According to Mark Gurman From Bloomberg, Apple wants to eliminate the need for the phrase “Hey Siri” and make a simple “Siri” command sufficient to activate the virtual assistant.
Apple is convinced that by removing the two words and leaving it with just one, it will make the interaction by the user easier and more fluid, thus improving the experience.
However, Apple will encounter several challenges along the way, since teaching Siri to know several languages and dialects is quite complex.
The other change that will come with Siri
In addition to the above, Apple aims to extend Siri’s compatibility with third-party apps and services to improve the overall functionality of the wizard.
Those of Cupertino are also investing in the development of Siri’s language capabilities, and yet with Siri Natural Language Generation it will make the assistant’s responses more natural.
This is intended to broaden the diversity of interactions with the assistant and they hope it will evolve into a complete linguistic tool.
WWDC 2023 will begin tomorrow June 5 and will show us the path that Apple will take for the coming years.