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Apple will announce its new AI feature set for Apple devices on June 10 at WWDC. BloombergK's Mark Grumman reports that it will officially be called “Apple Intelligence.”

AI capabilities will arrive in iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS 15. The features will be opt-in, meaning Apple won't force users to adopt them if they don't want to.

The AI's processing requirements will mean users will need an iPhone 15 Pro or one of the iPhone 16 models due out this year to use it. For iPad or Mac users, models will require at least an M1 chip. Apple's AI features will be powered by its own technology and OpenAI's tools, but there will also be a partnership with OpenAI that powers chatbots like ChatGPT.

Apple Intelligence is expected to handle the basic AI tasks, and it will do most of the work on the device. In other words, the model is powered by the device's onboard processor rather than the cloud. It's unclear what the underlying work criteria will be, but Apple Intelligence is said to include code that determines whether a request can be processed on a device or whether Apple's servers are needed.

Some of the key new AI-related features and changes we've covered so far for iPhones, iPads, and Macs:

AI features will be half of Apple's WWDC keynote presentation, which begins at 10 a.m. Pacific time on June 10, Gorman says.

For those unable to watch the live stream, or who prefer to read a text version of the announcements, we'll have live coverage here on and through MacRumors.com. MacRumorsLive X (Twitter) accountso be sure to follow along.

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