Those wondering what macOS 10.15 will bring to the table will be delighted to learn that Siri Shortcuts and Screen Time are coming to the Mac.
As we move closer to WWDC 2019 more and more details regarding Apple’s upcoming software has started to emerge.
Starting things off with Screen Time, it allows you to see how much time you are spending on certain apps, whether it’s social media, productivity or more. Once that data is visible to you as you keep on using your Mac, you will then be able to take action on it accordingly. The new entry for Screen Time will be available for users to check out in System Preferences.
Apple is also said to be working on improved Apple ID management for macOS, as well as on bringing iMessage effects including fireworks to your desktop.
According to 9to5Mac, It’s also likely that the Shortcuts app – a result from the acquisition of Workflow – will be available on macOS, the inclusion of system-wide support for Siri Shortcuts on macOS 10.15 strongly suggests it. On iOS, the Shortcuts app is not bundled with the system, users have to download it from the App Store. It’s possible that the same will be true for macOS: users will download a Marzipan version of Shortcuts from the Mac App Store.