A secret job at Apple revealed – ITavisen

A secret job at Apple revealed – ITavisen

Nicholas Alvarez on X revealed something exciting coming in iOS 18: “Safari Browsing Assistant” and “Encrypted Visual Search.” This finding was supported by MacRumors.

Artificial intelligence is coming to Safari

Apple fans and the entire industry are excited about what Apple will do with AI, and at WWDC 2024 on June 10, they will finally reveal to the world what they've been working on. This time the functionality is not exposed in iOS, but in Apple's back-end servers. This browser assistant will be able to help the user in all possible ways and will likely make use of iCloud Private Relay for secure transfer of information. So it is possible, but this is just speculation, that interested parties must have an iCloud+ subscription.

AI is already integrated into a number of browsers, including Microsoft Edge and Opera. Arc research is built to Amnesty International. Previously, a visual search for Vision Pro was also unveiled so you can copy and paste text you see in the real world. The functionality has not been released yet, but it may be part of “Encrypted Visual Search.”

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