Apple’s WWDC Highlights: New AI Features for iPhones, iPads, and Macs

At this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), Apple shifted its focus from hardware to the latest advancements in artificial intelligence set to enhance their devices. Traditionally, Apple uses this event to showcase software updates and new gadgets. However, this year, the spotlight was on AI and its integration into iPhones, iPads, and Macs.

Apple has been trailing in the AI space and has decided to collaborate with an established AI entity to catch up. Although there were speculations in April about a potential partnership with Google to leverage its Gemini AI, that did not come to fruition. Instead, Apple is teaming up with OpenAI to roll out its inaugural set of AI-driven features.

Here is a rundown of the major announcements from WWDC. These new AI capabilities are expected to be included in the software updates scheduled for release in the fall, aligning with Apple’s usual update cycle for its devices.

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