The atmosphere that has been created in recent months around Apple's new operating systems and the upcoming arrival of artificial intelligence (AI) is constantly evolving. A few months ago it was Tim Cook himself, CEO of the company, who boasted that Apple's generative AI will open new paths. However, Apple's intentions are not at all clear to us because it is in talks with Google to integrate its own Gemini AI into iOS 18. And now we know that Apple has resumed talks with OpenAI to bring some of its artificial intelligence functions to upcoming operating systems.

OpenAI, in Apple's sights with a view to iOS 18

A few weeks ago it was known that Apple was in talks with Google to agree to the purchase and licensing of its own Gemini chatbot for use in its new operating systems. However, there was also news that at the beginning of the year Tim Cook and his team had met with Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, to discuss how they could use their AI tools in iOS 18 and the rest of the systems, but those conversations were They made little progress and remained stagnant.

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However, we woke up today to Bloomberg who claims that Apple has resumed talks with OpenAI, owner of tools as powerful as ChatGPT or DALL-E. These negotiations, therefore, revolve around a possible agreement on how to integrate all these AI functions in iOS 18 and iPadOS 18, among other new systems. Although no official information has been released, we also know that Apple maintains its negotiations with Google So it is clear that Cupertino has not yet made any decision in this regard.

Little by little, those wishes that Apple could have its own chatbot prepared for iOS 18 in the purest Gemini or ChatGPT style are fading, but seeing how negotiations with Google and OpenAI intensify, it is increasingly difficult to believe that this is going to be the case. . We just have to wait for the arrival of WWDC24, at which time Apple will reveal its plans for this entire year that we have left and, above all, plans regarding the integration of AI into their systems.