“iPhone 15 Pro and M1-enabled devices to Offer Advanced Apple Intelligence Capabilities”

Apple announced a ton of new AI features under the new Apple Intelligence moniker. While the features are free to use, only a limited number of devices will get access to them. These devices include on iPhone 15 Pro along with iPad and Mac with M1 or newer chips. So older iPhones or iPhone 15 users won’t be able to use these abilities. The new Apple Intellgience features include revamped Siri, writing features across the system, image generation capabilities, and genAI-powered emoji.

Apple has just announced a plethora of groundbreaking new AI features, all under the umbrella term of Apple Intelligence. While these features are completely free to use, they will only be accessible to a select few devices.

The lucky devices that will have access to these cutting-edge features are the iPhone 15 Pro, along with the iPad and Mac equipped with M1 or newer chips. Unfortunately for older iPhones and iPhone 15 users, they will not be able to take advantage of these capabilities.

The company revealed that the Apple Intelligence features will be available to test out in beta mode in US English as part of iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS Sequoia this upcoming autumn. And for those eagerly anticipating more features and additional language support, mark your calendars for next year.

The exciting new Apple Intelligence features include a redesigned and revamped Siri, enhanced writing features across the system, advanced image generation capabilities, and the genius of genAI-powered emoji creation.

The possibilities are endless and the future of AI has never looked brighter. All thanks to Apple Intelligence.

  • A redesigned Siri that can do more than ever before
  • Innovative writing features that will revolutionize the way you communicate
  • Advanced image generation capabilities that will blow your mind
  • The groundbreaking genAI-powered emoji creation
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