WWDC 2024 kicks off on Monday. A last-minute leak reveals all the main features Apple is expected to unveil during its developer conference. It’s important to note that MacRumors and AppleInsider have shared most of the details, and now Bloomberg is corroborating several of them.

According to Mark Gurman’s latest report, half of WWDC 2024 will be focused on AI features. Even though it took Apple two years to enter the generative AI trend, the conference is finally ready to unveil big changes in this field for iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices.

Cupertino will call its AI efforts Apple Intelligence, but it will also announce a partnership with OpenAI to power ChatGPT-like chatbot. Unlike other players, Apple will focus its AI efforts on how they can ease the daily lives of customers, so image and video generation won’t be something that we’ll see during the conference.

This WWDC 2024 leak also reveals that Apple’s AI features will require an iPhone 15 Pro and the newer iPhone 16 models when unveiled later this year. M1 Mac and iPad models will also be required for the latest AI functions.


iOS 18 rumor / Control Center on iPhone 15 ProImage source: José Adorno for BGR

Cupertino will use both on-device and cloud servers for Artificial Intelligence. However, the company will spend part of the conference explaining that cloud-based computing won’t build user profiles based on customer data, and the company will generate reports to show information is secure.

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