Apple will announce a set of new AI features for Apple devices at WWDC on June 10 BloombergMark Gorman Reports It will be officially called “Apple Intelligence”.

The AI ​​capabilities will be available in iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS 15. The features will be enabled, which means Apple won’t make users adopt them if they don’t want to.

The AI ​​processing requirements will mean users need an iPhone 15 Pro or one of the iPhone 16 models coming out this year to use it. For those using iPad or Mac, the models will need at least an M1 chip. Apple’s AI features will be powered by its own OpenAI technologies and tools, but there will also be a partnership with OpenAI that powers a ChatGPT-like chatbot.

Apple Intelligence is expected to handle core AI tasks, and will mostly run on-device. In other words, the model is run by the processor on the device, not in the cloud. It’s not clear what the underlying task parameters are, but Apple Intelligence reportedly includes code that determines whether a request can be processed on the device or requires Apple’s servers.

Here are some of the key new AI-related features and changes that have been rumored or previewed for iPhone, iPad, and Mac that we’ve covered so far:

Gorman says the AI ​​features will account for about half of Apple’s WWDC keynote presentation, which begins at 10 a.m. PT on June 10.

For those who can’t watch the live broadcast, or who prefer to read a text version of the announcements, we will have live coverage here on and through our website MacRumorsLiveSo be sure to follow along.

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