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Top iOS news of the week: iPad shipments, Apple Watch shipments, Siri on the desktop

This week in iOS was news about Apple Watch shipments, we heard that iPad shipments are expected to be the worst ever this year, and Siri is coming to OS X.

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iPad shipments expected to hit new low

A report indicates that iPad shipments could hit a new low in the first quarter of this year. One major industry analyst believes Apple will only ship around 40 million iPads in 2016, a 16 percent drop from last year.

Source: BNR

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11.6 million Apple Watches shipped in 2015

Industry watcher IDC says Apple shipped 11.6 Apple Watches last year. This puts Apple in third place of the wearables market with just nine months. Fitbit leads the market with 21 million units shipped.

Source: The Verge

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Siri is coming to the desktop

Apple plans to integrate Siri in OS X in version 10.12. The electronic assistant will work much the same on OS X as it does in iOS and WatchOS. Hey Siri will be implemented like on iOS if the Mac is plugged in.

Source: Techradar

5 million Apple Watches shipped in Q4

Apple shipped 5 million watches in the last quarter of 2015, according to industry trackers. This counted for a respectable 60 percent of the smartwatch market. This was the first quarter that total smartwatch shipments exceeded those of traditional Swiss watches.

Source: Benzinga

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