Top NewsApple's AI rollout could be extended into next year

Apple’s AI rollout could be extended into next year

Apple’s The rollout of artificial intelligence (AI) is said to be long, slow.

As Bloomberg News reported on Sunday (June 16), Apple IntelligenceThe tech giant announced last week that it won’t be available for developers to test until late summer.

That means it won’t be part of the first beta releases of Apple’s new operating system updates, and will only arrive as a preview this fall. It will only work on certain devices and only in US English, and customers will have to sign up for a waiting list to try them out, the report said.

Bloomberg noted that Apple’s strategy — rather than reflecting on features coming this fall and more or less laying out a roadmap for what’s coming later this year or early next year — marks a shift for the tech company.

In the past, Apple introduced its features Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be released in the fall, although features have had to be delayed at times. Here, Apple is signaling that its latest technology doesn’t adhere to a strict timeline.

The report says there are some advantages to this approach. For example, it simplifies staffing because it can assign its engineers to certain features, release them when the technology is complete, and then move them to other features.

And by starting Off In American English, Apple gets more time to train AI models On that day Other languages, the report said, were a major effort.

Meanwhile, PYMNTS reported last week that Apple’s new AI efforts “could transform how consumers interact with their devices, and more importantly, How they shop.”

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If Apple gets its way, users’ iPhones will learn their shopping preferences and predict their next purchase. Apple Intelligence can analyze their browsing history, purchase patterns and social media activity.

Experts say the company also wants to change how businesses interact with customers. with Integration of OpenAI’s ChatGPTApple devices can quickly take care of customer inquiries, process orders And They even offer product recommendations.

“As consumers get used to AI handling more tasks, reliance on AI for day-to-day activities and decision-making will increase. This may shift consumer expectations towards more automated and intuitive services.” Yi Fang, Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and Director of Responsible AI School of Engineering at Santa Clara UniversityPYMNTS said.

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