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### Unveiling iOS 18: Exploring the AI Traits on The MacRumors Show

On this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show, we discuss the widely rumored array of AI featu…

We discuss Apple’s latest application updates in 2024 and the anticipated range of AI features accompanying iOS 18 in this week’s episode of The MacRumors Show.

Analyses of the supply chain suggest that Apple is developing servers to provide direct processing of “edge-Artificial” and cloud-based AI by late 2024. In the upcoming year, the company is said to introduce a more intelligent iteration of Siri leveraging its proprietary large language model (LLM). This enhanced version is expected to seamlessly integrate with the Shortcuts app for executing intricate multi-step tasks, comprehending complex inquiries, and enhancing sentence autocompletion.

Reports indicate Apple’s endeavor to infuse AI across various applications, including productivity tools like Pages and Keynote. AI integration may assist in tasks like content creation and slide board development. Moreover, Apple Music is likely to feature auto-generated songs through AI capabilities. The forthcoming iPhone 16 series is rumored to boast distinctive AI functionalities, with speculations about leveraging conceptual AI to enhance AppleCare services.

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