Apple Brings ChatGPT To Its Apps, Including Siri

At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2024, Apple announced a major update: the integration of OpenAI’s ChatGPT into its products and platforms, including Siri and other smart assistants.

The business announced that ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot, will be integrated into experiences in iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS Sequoia, which will be launched in beta in the United States this fall. Users of Apple products will be able to use ChatGPT’s text-based replies, as well as its image and document processing capabilities, without tools.


Siri can also connect to ChatGPT, though Apple says users will be prompted to confirm their requests before sending any inquiries, documents, or photographs to ChatGPT. Beyond ChatGPT, Siri will use new AI-based features including “richer language-understanding capabilities,” according to Apple, to “simplify and accelerate everyday tasks.” Siri will also have a brand-new design, with a “glowing light that wraps around the edge of the screen when Siri is active.”

ChatGPT will also be available in Apple’s systemwide Writing Tools and Compose, allowing users to generate graphics in “a wide variety of styles” to go with their writing.

However, the new AI features will only work on Apple’s latest hardware. Currently, only the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, which use the high-performance A17 chip, are designated as capable of running the Apple Intelligence feature set. Apple’s AI functions will work with iPad and Mac devices equipped with the M1 chip and later.

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Apple announced some new features for iPhones, iPads and Macs:

There are improved writing tools that can check your grammar, suggest rewrites for better tone, and summarize long articles. These work in many apps, including email, notes, and third-party apps.

You can now record conversations and have them summarized with key points. This works in the Notes app and even during phone calls (with a notification to the other person).

Your email will show you summaries of your emails instead of just the first few lines. It will also highlight important emails and suggest quick replies.

There’s a new app called Image Playground that lets you create fun images based on your descriptions. You can choose from cartoon, illustration, or sketch styles.

You can design your emoji by describing what you want it to look like (e.g., a smiley face relaxing with cucumbers in its eyes).

Elon Musk blasts Apple over its approach to AI

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Elon Musk has announced that Apple products will be banned in his enterprises.

Apple said on Monday that it would include OpenAI technology in its iPhones. When consumers speak to Siri, they will be able to route some queries to ChatGPT, OpenAI’s huge language model.

Mr. Musk stated that such an update would be an “unacceptable security violation”.

“If Apple integrates OpenAI at the OS level, Apple products will be forbidden in my companies. That is an intolerable security breach,” he stated on X, formerly known as Twitter, the platform he runs.

Mr Musk has also had an occasionally contentious relationship with Apple.

In 2022, he publicly attacked Apple and its chief executive Tim Cook over the cut it takes from payments made on the iPhone. Soon after, Mr. Musk met with Mr. Cook at Apple’s headquarters.

There is much more on the way!

The company is also making its mixed-reality headset Vision Pro available in eight more countries including China and Japan. The new VisionOS 2 software for the headset will use machine learning to create natural depth photos and come with new gestures.

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