Apple set to unveil iOS 18 with AI driven features at WWDC: Siri upgrades, AI summarised notifications, and more | Tech News

Apple set to unveil iOS 18 with AI driven features at WWDC: Siri upgrades, AI summarised notifications, and more

Apple is gearing up to unveil iOS 18 at WWDC, featuring new AI features like auto-summarisation for notifications and enhancements to Siri. Here's what to expect from the upcoming update.

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| Updated on: May 20 2024, 14:43 IST
WWDC 2024 expected announcements: Apple could unveil iOS 18, AI upgrades and more
Apple set to unveil iOS 18 with AI driven features at WWDC
1/5 WWDC 2024 location - Continuing the trend of yesteryears, WWDC 2024 will take place at Apple Park in Menlo, Cupertino, California, the home of the company since 2017. (Apple)
Apple set to unveil iOS 18 with AI driven features at WWDC
2/5 WWDC 2024 announcements - Apple has already announced that the WWDC 2024 will showcase advancements in iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and visionOS. It is also designed to help developers by providing them insight into several frameworks, tools, features and access to Apple experts. (Unsplash)
Apple set to unveil iOS 18 with AI driven features at WWDC
3/5 iOS 18 - Despite not being confirmed, iOS 18 is pretty nailed on to be introduced at WWDC 2024, and it is likely to become one of the starring highlights. This is due to several AI upgrades that are in the pipeline. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman says it could be one of the “biggest updates in iPhone's history”. Apple could unveil a Siri powered by Large Language Models (LLMs), whereas AI could be incorporated into apps like Music, Keynote, Pages, and even AppleCare. (Unsplash)
Apple set to unveil iOS 18 with AI driven features at WWDC
4/5 Other software - In addition to iOS 18, iPadOS 18, macOS 15, watchOS 11, tvOS 18, and HomePod Software 18 are also likely to see the light of day. Moreover, Apple may also unveil visionOS 2, the software powering the Apple Vision Pro headset. (Unsplash)
Apple set to unveil iOS 18 with AI driven features at WWDC
5/5 Mac Studio, Mac Pro and other devices - Like last year, Apple may take the wraps off its new generation of Mac devices including Mac Studio, Mac Pro and Mac Mini, all of which could be powered by the new M3 chip. The iPhone maker also unveiled a 15-inch MacBook Air last year but no unveil is likely this time as M3-powered MacBook Air was already launched earlier this month. (Unsplash)
Apple set to unveil iOS 18 with AI driven features at WWDC
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Apple's iOS 18 expected to debut AI features like summarising notifications,Siri upgrades, and more at WWDC. (Unsplash)

Apple is gearing up to unveil its latest advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 10, according to reports from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. The upcoming iOS 18 is anticipated to introduce a suite of new AI-powered features, including an automatic summarization tool for notifications.

Enhanced Siri Capabilities and AI-Powered Functions

Gurman suggests that Siri, Apple's virtual assistant, will undergo enhancements to adopt a more conversational tone and acquire new functionalities aimed at aiding users in their daily routines. These features, labelled as "proactive intelligence," encompass tasks such as summarising notifications, delivering brief news digests, and transcribing voice notes, MacRumors reported

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iOS 18 to Feature AI-Driven Photo Editing

Moreover, iOS 18 is expected to integrate AI-driven enhancements for photo editing, alongside improvements to calendar event suggestions and app recommendations. Apple intends to primarily employ on-device processing to power these AI capabilities, complemented by cloud-based services facilitated by Apple Silicon chips in the company's data centres.

Contrary to expectations, Apple has ruled out the introduction of a ChatGPT-like chatbot for the time being, with executives acknowledging the need to catch up in this domain. Gurman hints at a significant partnership announcement with OpenAI at WWDC, although Apple aims to eventually develop its proprietary integrated chatbot. Despite discussions with Google regarding the potential licensing of its Gemini AI for iOS 18, no agreement has been finalised.

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Apple's Accelerated Hardware Updates

In his "Power On" newsletter, Gurman elaborated on Apple's imminent foray into generative AI, emphasising the company's focus on improving Siri's conversational capabilities and integrating features for seamless daily assistance, dubbed "proactive intelligence." These features encompass auto-summarization of notifications, news briefings, voice memo transcriptions, and refinements to calendar auto-population and app suggestions. Gurman also noted that while Apple will heavily rely on on-device processing for AI functionalities, it will leverage cloud-based processing using high-end Apple Silicon chips housed in data centres.

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Furthermore, Gurman highlighted Apple's accelerated hardware updates, particularly noting the inclusion of the M4 chip in the recently unveiled iPad Pro, enhancing its AI processing prowess. Apple plans to equip every Mac with the M4 chip by 2025, while the upcoming iPhone 16 Pro, slated for a September release, is poised to receive a significant AI silicon upgrade.

Apple's debut into the realm of AI is anticipated to be a focal point of its forthcoming software previews at WWDC, marking a significant stride in the integration of AI technologies into its ecosystem.

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