“Epic” Apple Update! AI Chatbot for iPhone Later This Year

Apple Plans to Introduce a Series of AI Features, Including Chatbots, for iPhone Later This Year

Fast Technology, April 14th – According to media reports, Apple plans to introduce a series of AI features, including chatbots, for the iPhone in the latter half of this year, aiming to boost the sales of iPhone devices.

It is understood that Apple plans to adopt Google’s Gemini in the new iOS to provide chatbot functionality, while also launching its own AI engine, mainly for behind-the-scenes operations.

According to the latest data from market research institutions, Apple sold a total of 17.41 million iPhones in February this year, accounting for 18% of the global smartphone shipments.

This sales figure is lower than Samsung Electronics’ 19.69 million units, hence Apple seems to be aiming to regain its lead over Samsung through AI.

Earlier, Apple’s marketing director, Josh Viyak, stated that Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this year would be “absolutely incredible,” hinting at major AI-related announcements.

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