Apple Worldwide Developers Conference May Mark Its Debut Of ‘Apple Intelligence’ AI Feature

The eyes of the tech world are focused on Apple’s upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, which many speculate will unveil its artificial intelligence offerings.

Earlier, Google and Microsoft made their developer events showcases for AI, and now Apple is under pressure to do the same. No name for the AI products have been announced, but “Apple Intelligence” is reportedly a strong contender.

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The conference runs June 10-14, with the introductory keynote on Monday, June 10 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time.

Apple always streams the WWDC keynote on, the Apple Developer app, the Apple Developer website, the Apple TV, and YouTube. Developer sessions throughout the week will be shared in the Apple Developer app and on YouTube.

TechCrunch reports that Apple will likely reveal summaries of notifications and web pages, basic text generation, and photo editing.

A Bloomberg report indicated that only the iPhone 15 Pro and iPads or Macs with M1 or later chips will get AI features, and they will be opt-in.

TechCrunch speculated that Apple may announce an OpenAI deal. It’s also possible Siri may get an AI augmentation.

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