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Apple's iPhone AI to fix your photos, answer your emails

Apple's AI features will focus on making everyday tasks much easier

By Web Desk
May 29, 2024
Apple is introducing generative AI photo editing tools to its Photos app. — Techloy/File
Apple is introducing generative AI photo editing tools to its Photos app. — Techloy/File

With just a few days until Apple's World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), iOS 18 is anticipated to be a major feature of the event. 

Although we've been hearing for a few months now that iOS 18 will receive a significant AI improvement, there haven't been many specifics released about what this entails, Techloy reported.

According to iPhone analyst Mark Gurman from Bloomberg, the highlights of iOS 18 will be enhanced photo fixing, automated emails and message replies, and other improvements to the core iPhone apps.

Gurman says that although these features will be announced at the event, Apple will reportedly brand them as "preview" tools rather than finished products.

One of the features dubbed "Clean Up" in pre-release versions is rumoured to replace the current Retouch tool and would reside within the edit menu of the revamped Photos application, alongside existing options for adjustments, filters, and cropping.

Users can use the Clean Up feature to remove unwanted objects from pictures with the help of a brush tool. 

These new AI iPhone features will give Google tough competition, as lately, Google has been attracting bad publicity due to problems with its AI features.