Apple bought a record 32 AI startups in 2023 as it aims to bring Siri upgrades to iPhone, Apple Vision Pro, and more

Apple bought a record 32 AI startups in 2023 as it aims to bring Siri upgrades to iPhone, Apple Vision Pro, and more 3

You don’t need to have been following along too closely to know that Apple has taken a huge interest in AI and generative AI in particular. A push into large language models (LLM) has seen Apple touted to make 2024 the year of AI, and that could have huge implications for the software updates that it is likely to unveil in June.

June will of course likely be the month that the annual Worldwide Developers Conference takes place or, as it’s famously known, WWDC. The event is expected to see Apple debut iOS 18, watchOS 11, macOS 15, and more — and it might even give us a glimpse at visionOS 2.0 as well. The Apple Vision Pro is the hottest ticket in town right now and all eyes will be on Apple to see what it can do with its first big software update.

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