Apple Intelligence should make an appearance on the Vision Pro headset in 2025. However, the HomePod will be left out in the cold when it comes to Apple’s new Artificial Intelligence features, according to Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman.

Gurman’s comments came in the latest edition of his “Power On” newsletter. Gurman said that Apple is preparing to bring Apple Intelligence to its Vision Pro headset, but not this year.

Apple Intelligence is coming to the Vision Pro. When Apple Intelligence was unveiled earlier this month, it was only promised for the Mac, iPhone and iPad. But there’s another device primed to get it: the Vision Pro headset. I’m told that Apple is actively working on bringing the features to the device, but it won’t happen this year. From a technology standpoint, the headset has more than enough memory (16 gigabytes) to run the technology. And the features, including notification prioritization, writing tools, an OpenAI chatbot and the new Siri, make sense for the headset — especially if Apple continues to position the Vision Pro as a device for getting work done and handling computer tasks.

Gurman says Apple’s user interface design team will need to make it all look right in the mixed-reality environment, while also needing to guarantee that it has sufficient cloud-computing capacity to support more devices.

Gurman says the HompePod will not offer Apple Intelligence, instead, Apple will focus on “an entirely new robotic device with a display that includes Apple Intelligence at its core.” Apple Intelligence requires a minimum of eight gigabytes of memory, but the ‌HomePod‌ and HomePod mini both only feature a single gigabyte of memory each.

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