While all the major manufacturers are injecting artificial intelligence with all their might, Apple is not letting itself be fooled. With iOS 18, this next update of its operating system for iPhone could be the most remarkable in the company’s history and would finally see iPhones boosted with artificial intelligence.
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AppleApple is preparing to boost its iPhones with new tools powered by generative artificial intelligence. iPhone users should be able to take advantage of it before the end of the year via iOSiOS 18.
The Cupertino company is reportedly developing numerous new products based onIAIA for the next major update of iOS, the deployment of which is expected atautumnautumn next. To carry out its project, Apple has not skimped on costs, purchasing around twenty specialized start-ups in recent years, according to the Financial Times. And it’s probably not over yet.
AI integrates iPhones
Since theemergenceemergence then the democratization of generative artificial intelligence, Apple was particularly discreet. Things could change this year, with the arrival of intelligent features on its smartphones. No details have yet filtered, but AI could, for example, intervene in the management of documents and photos stored on the phone and in the cloud. As for Siri, it could be powered by a particularly rich language model for ever more precise and contextualized responses.
Apple has no choice anyway, its great rival GoogleGoogle having already announced several new features around online search on smartphones, boosted in certain conditions by generative AI. The idea for Google is to be able to carry out a search at any time from any format (video, photo, text) without having to changeapplicationapplication. Note that the new Samsung Galaxy S24 is the very first smartphone to exploit other possibilities of Gemini, Google’s multimodal language model.
On the Apple side, go to WWDC, its conference annualannual for developers, scheduled for next June, to find out more.
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