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Here's everything Apple just announced at WWDC24: Apple Intelligence, Siri with ChatGPT, iOS 18 and more

We are live from Cupertino, California, where Apple is holding its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), often called "Dub Dub" by attendees. It announced new artificial intelligence features, called Apple Intelligence, and updates to its iPhone, Mac, iPad, Apple TV and Apple Watch software.

Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference keynote just wrapped up. The company had a lot of news, the biggest of which was its push into artificial intelligence, called Apple Intelligence. It also announced that users can tap into OpenAI's ChatGPT when using Siri, but only if a user wants to.

Here's what Apple announced:

Apple will release developer versions of its software beginning Monday before it is available in a public preview next month. Final versions of the software will launch for everyone once fully finished in the fall.

You can watch the live stream here:

Apple announced that Siri can tap into OpenAI's ChatGPT when needed. The company said it wanted users to be able to tap into external models.

Siri will ask if you want to share your question with ChatGPT and then will return suggestions from the OpenAI chatbot. ChatGPT is also built into systemwide writing tools. So, for example, Apple said you can create a bedtime story for a child and add images created by ChatGPT. It will be free, without creating an account, and your request and information won't be logged, Apple said.

The integration will come into iOS 18, iPadOS 18 and macOS Sequoia later this year. It said it will also add other third-party artificial intelligence models.

— Todd Haselton

Apple introduced a new form of custom emojis called Genmoji. Users can create their own emojis using Apple's artificial intelligence for when they can't find quite the