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Apple is once again in talks with OpenAI about using OpenAI technology to power artificial intelligence features in iOS 18, reports BloombergMark Groman.

Apple held talks with OpenAI earlier in the year, but nothing came of the talks. Apple and OpenAI are now said to be discussing the terms of a potential deal and how Apple could use OpenAI's features.

Along with OpenAI, Apple is still in talks with Google about licensing Google's Gemini AI. Apple hasn't come to a final decision, and Grumman has suggested that the company could partner with both Google and OpenAI or choose another provider entirely.

Rumors suggest that iOS 18 will focus more on AI, with Apple introducing AI functionality into the operating system. Apple CEO Tim Cook confirmed in February that Apple plans to “break new ground” in AI.

We'll get our first look at the AI ​​features Apple has planned in just over a month, with iOS 18 set to debut at the Worldwide Developers Conference starting June 10.

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