Apple set to host annual Worldwide Developers Conference starting June 10, announced by Reuters

Apple set to host annual Worldwide Developers Conference starting June 10, announced by Reuters

(Reuters) -Apple will hold its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) June 10-14, it said on Tuesday, amid reports the iPhone maker was in talks for an AI partnership and could unveil significant changes for iOS.

The event, which will be available online, will highlight software updates powering iPhones, iPads and other Apple (NASDAQ:) devices, the company said. Some developers and students will be invited in person to Apple Park on opening day, he adds.

Investors are closely watching updates on artificial intelligence development at Apple, which has so far said little about integrating the technology into its devices. The company lost the crown as the world’s most valuable company to Microsoft (NASDAQ:) earlier this year.

Apple plans to use AI technology such as Google’s (NASDAQ:) Gemini for a chatbot within Apple’s operating systems, while the iPhone maker’s AI engine will handle more tasks in behind the scenes in the new software, Bloomberg News reported earlier. month.

The company also plans to make the iPhone’s home screen more customizable in iOS 18, which some reports suggest could mark the biggest update to the iPhone’s operating system in years.

The developers conference comes at a time when sales of Apple’s iPhone remain weak, while those of Macs and iPads are falling amid a global decline in gadget sales.

At last year’s conference, Apple unveiled the Vision Pro mixed reality headset, a new central processor and new computers.



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