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Apple’s MacOS Sierra is here, bringing Siri to the desktop

The update also brings Apple Pay and a universal clipboard.

Apple Worldwide Developers Conference Kicks Off In San Francisco Andrew Burton / Getty

Apple is releasing MacOS Sierra, the first version of Apple’s computer software to support the Siri voice assistant and Apple Pay.

The free update also adds improvements to Photos and Messages, as well as a universal clipboard that lets people copy and paste between iOS and the Mac.

Sierra, which was previewed in June, works with any Mac introduced since late 2009. Apple said Sierra is being sent now to the Mac App Store so users should see it shortly if they don’t already.

This article originally appeared on Recode.net.

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