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« on: March 22, 2022, 04:05:18 pm »

Apple's Studio Display brings 'Hey Siri' support to some older Macs

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The new Studio Display brings "Hey Siri" support to older Macs.
Apple's Studio Display has an A13 Bionic chip inside, allowing it to handle Siri requests for Macs that didn't previously support summoning it hands-free.


Apple's new display has a trick up its sleeve.

Apple's new Studio Display does more than just give you something to look at — it also adds "Hey Siri" support to Macs that wouldn't normally have it.

While the new Studio Display is designed to give people a 5K display to look at the built-in Apple A13 Bionic chip also appears to allow older Macs to take advantage of hands-free Siri control for the first time. MacRumors reports that iMacs released as far back as 2017 gain support for the feature when connected to a Studio Display with MacBook Pro notebooks going back to 2016 are also good to go, too.


  For example, while "Hey Siri" normally requires a MacBook Pro released in 2018 or later, the feature can be used on 2016 and 2017 models of ...

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