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ChatGPT Coming to Apple’s iPhone with iOS 18?

Apple Chatgpt Openai Iphone

Reports indicate that Apple is apparently nearing the end of contract negotiations with OpenAI to incorporate ChatGPT functionalities into the iPhone, as per sources familiar with the situation.

Based on a Bloomberg article from May 11, ChatGPT functionalities are set to be included in Apple’s future software upgrade, iOS 18, should the idea be approved. Allegedly, Apple and Alphabet, the parent company of Google, are in talks about integrating the Gemini chatbot. These talks, though, are supposedly not as far along as the ones with the largest company in the world.

Whether or not these functionalities will be available to consumers as an option to disable in the next OS is still up in the air. There were whispers a year ago that Apple was limiting ChatGPT usage inside the firm for security concerns.

The speculation that Apple is stepping up its attempts to launch its own AI business, however, has been growing in recent months.

Related: Apple in Talks with OpenAI for iPhone AI Features

According to a report by Cointelegraph on April 30, Apple is reportedly bringing in Google alums to bolster its artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.

In addition to assembling teams of AI professionals, Apple has constructed a “secretive” lab in Zurich, Switzerland, called “Vision Lab,” after acquiring two local AI businesses.In its keynote presentation showcasing the M4 chip in its latest iPad, Apple referred to Octane, a 3D design program powered by the Render Network, during its May 11 event.

A whopping 11% of Render Token’s value surged following the remark. In comparison to (FET), which has declined 0.77%, and SingularityNET (AGIX), which has declined 0.15%, it has had the greatest gain among the top 10 AI tokens over the previous week, increasing by 18%, according to data from CoinMarketCap.

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