Will We Find “Apple GPT” In iOS 18?

TECH NEWS – According to new rumors, the next version of iOS will feature ChatGPT-like generative artificial intelligence.


iOS 17 was released in September, but Apple is already working on version 18, which is due in 2024, and it seems that features related to generative AI could be a big new feature of iOS 18… and they could be used in conjunction with Siri and other features within the operating system, according to an industry analyst Jeff Pu of Haitong International Securities in Hong Kong, reported by MacRumors.

Pu’s sources in the supply chain have informed him that iOS and iPadOS 18 will also receive OpenAI’s ChatGPT rival. The Cupertino-based tech company will reportedly offer cloud-based AI (edge AI), but the rest of the functionality will run locally on the device, presumably thanks to the next-generation chip (A18 Pro?). Siri, the virtual assistant, will be able to understand context, but also recognize some of these commands thanks to the pretext. Meanwhile, Google is also looking to implement its AI technology in its Tensor G3 chip.

Apple is expected to take a similar approach to ChatGPT with the virtual assistant, which will allow you to perform complex tasks in conjunction with shortcuts. And the US company will be able to improve the artificial intelligence through software updates. This is not the first time we have heard about Apple’s artificial intelligence. In fact, Google’s Bard and Microsoft’s ChatGPT, funded by Microsoft, are currently ahead in the technology race, Apple will begin to deploy a few hundred AI servers later this year, and the park will grow with the release of iOS 18/iPadOS 18.

And earlier, Mark Gurman, writing for Bloomberg, said that Apple is working on an internal chatbot, “Apple GPT,” similar to ChatGPT. Some of its features may eventually be something we can use ourselves in the latest versions of iOS and iPadOS next year.

Source: WCCFTech

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