Apple is introducing new intelligence features for its devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. These features are designed to help users write, express themselves, and get things done more easily. The new intelligence draws on personal context while prioritizing privacy.

Some of the new features include tools for writing, focus, and communication. Users can create expressive images, unique Genmoji, and custom memory movies. Additionally, there will be an even more capable, integrated, personal Siri.

Privacy is a top priority for Apple Intelligence. The system is built to protect user privacy at every step. It utilizes on-device processing and Private Cloud Compute to handle complex requests without collecting personal information. Users can rest assured that their data is never stored and is only used for their requests.

ChatGPT from OpenAI is seamlessly integrated into Siri and Writing Tools, providing users with additional expertise when needed. Siri can tap into ChatGPT for certain requests, while Compose in Writing Tools allows users to create and illustrate original content.

Developers will also have new possibilities with Apple Intelligence, as new App Intents, APIs, and frameworks make it easy to integrate system-level features into their apps. The intelligence feature is compatible with a range of devices, including the iPhone 15 Pro Max A17 Pro, iPad Pro M1, MacBook Air M1, and more.

Apple Intelligence is free to use and will be available in U.S. English initially. Users can expect to see these new features in beta this fall. With a focus on privacy and enhancing user experience, Apple’s latest intelligence features are set to revolutionize the way we interact with our devices.