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27 Apr, 2024
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Apple has reportedly resumed negotiations with OpenAI to incorporate its technologies into iOS 18, according to a recent Bloomberg report. This comes after earlier talks with Google about using Gemini for similar purposes.

The discussions with OpenAI are said to focus on integrating its tools into iOS 18 to enhance AI features on the iPhone and iPad. Sources familiar with the matter suggest that Apple is particularly interested in leveraging OpenAI's technologies to develop an AI-based chatbot for its devices. It remains unclear whether this chatbot will replace Siri or function as a new virtual assistant alongside it.

Simultaneously, Apple is still exploring options with Google for using Gemini on iOS. Negotiations with Google and other potential partners, such as Baidu for users in China, indicate that Apple is seeking the best solution in terms of functionality and cost.

The upcoming iOS 18 is expected to introduce numerous features based on generative AI, with Apple also developing its own language models for offline use. However, integrating online alternatives like OpenAI's technology could further enhance the accuracy and capabilities of Apple's AI offerings.

The details of these partnerships and the full extent of the AI features in iOS 18 are likely to be unveiled at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June 2024.