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While Apple's newest operating system came to the screens of iMacs and MacBooks this summer, the company appears to already be working on its next new model. And Apple news website 9to5Mac aims to find out what the gang from Cupertino has in store for their devoted fanbase.

Sources told the publication that early versions of Apple's OS X software include elements from popular applications Maps and Siri. The article mentioned that it is currently unclear whether all machines that upgrade to the newest software would get Siri, or just the new ones, since on iOS, this function is tied to certain hardware.

As for Maps, the rumors suggest that the company will issue a version of the software that developers can use. The author also noted that it is possible, but still unconfirmed, that the company could also make a desktop model of its Maps application for widespread use.

The version of OS X that was released last July was previewed to developers in February, which means that if next year's version is on the same schedule, the tech community could get an early look for sure at what the company has in store for its newest software.

Apple enthusiasts would be thrilled to see original applications such as Siri and Maps added to their laptop or desktop computers as well. Since they already rely on these useful apps for getting around and organizing their lives, it would be even more helpful to have this software on the computer as well.

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