A few days ago we told you that all the artificial intelligence that we will see in the next Apple operating systems will be transferred through the Big Apple's own data centers with their own M2 Ultra. This will allow for more private and powerful management of data that will become increasingly more delicate. But without a doubt the news of the day is that OpenAI and Apple could have already closed the agreement to go some features of ChatGPT, the OpenAI bot, to iOS 18. A historic agreement that would bring artificial intelligence much closer to users, although with a service that is not Apple's own.

OpenAI and Apple close a historic agreement on AI

Mark Gurman raised the alarm a few hours ago announcing through Bloomberg that Apple and OpenAI could have closed an agreement. We have known for a long time that Cupertino was exploring two avenues for integrating AI functions with external companies. First of all, with Google and its Gemini service. And, secondly, with OpenAI and its well-known ChatGPT. Although at first it seemed that the talks with Google were going to lead to an agreement, The last few hours have revealed that ChatGPT could reach iOS 18.

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Undisclosed internal Apple sources have confirmed that The two sides have been finalizing terms for an agreement between OpenAI and Apple. Meanwhile, those from Cupertino continue in conversations with Google to try to further their immersion in artificial intelligence as we know it. Regarding the details of this agreement with OpenAI, no details have been revealed nor how the integration of the chatbot will be nor what functions or features will be implemented.

He next Monday OpenAI has a presentation in which they will announce news about ChatGPT, although it is very unlikely that they will announce the agreement since Apple could have priority as it is the company on which the integration of ChatGPT will depend. It is possible that OpenAI will be present at WWDC24 to also help developers implement all the functions that will be available in the new operating systems.