Siri will finally be arriving on Mac systems in OS X 10.12 update, which will arrive later this year, reports 9To5Mac. The report claims the Siri feature will have an icon in the OS X menu bar, and users will also be able to set a keyboard shortcut and configure other settings through System Preferences.

9To5Mac gives us a look at what Siri might look like on the Mac when it arrives and describes how the feature will work. According to the site: 

"When a user clicks the Siri button, a dark, transparent Siri interface will appear in the top right corner of the screen, as shown in our mockup by Michael Steeber. This interface will feature colorful sound waves to indicate speech input. The interface design in testing is not finalized and may still change before the summer introduction, according to sources." 

Check out the mockup below: 

Siri Siri on the Mac. Michael Steeber/9To5Mac

Meanwhile, the site further goes on to say when your Mac is connected to a power source you'll be able to make "Hey Siri" voice commands like on the iPhone and iPad. Siri is expected to be one of the headline features when OS X 10.12 launches in the fall. 

OS X 10.12 will more than likely be announced at WWDC in June.