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Apple Partners With OpenAI for AI Integration Into iOS & MacOS

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BATS:AAPL   Apple Inc
Apple ( AAPL ) has emerged as the talk of tech town ahead of WWDC24, with reports claiming the company is in partnership with OpenAI for AI integration into iOS and macOS models. Although no official statement by the firms has surfaced in the market, the news has taken the industry by storm. Apple remains poised to unveil AI features in the upcoming WWDC, reported Bloomberg correspondent Mark Gurman. Project Greymatter, a set of AI tools that the company will integrate into core apps like Safari, Photos, and Notes, lies at the core of the event. These features will be integrated into iOS18 models and macOS15 models, with operations handled via a two-structured process. A detailed structure will probably be ruled out at the upcoming WWDC event.

Also, the industry is abuzz with numerous reports of Apple's plans to leverage Google's AI services as well. Although an official statement is much-awaited, these talks have taken the AI industry by storm. A potential collaborative effort with Google may not come as a surprise, given OpenAI's recent scrutiny due to the misuse of its technology across various sectors. Nonetheless, numerous reports across the globe proclaim a partnership between OpenAI and Apple is in the pipeline.

It's worth noting that Apple Inc.'s stock price traded at $191.66 today, up 0.7% as of the time of writing. If plans to integrate AI go successfully, the firm could see a significant rise in value. OpenAI remains poised to benefit substantially from its partnership with Apple ( AAPL ), although more details are much-awaited.

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