iOS 18 and macOS 15 likely to feature ‘Project Greymatter’

Apple is expected to integrate AI image editing tools, etc in upcoming devices
An undated image of iOS. — Freepik
An undated image of iOS. — Freepik

Apple is expected to introduce Project Greymatter soon and this feature will be a code name for hosting upcoming artificial intelligence (AI) features in iOS 18 and macOS 15. The primary focus of Greymatter is on utilising AI to provide multiple benefits to the users of Apple’s operating system. With this feature, you can ask Apple’s virtual assistant Siri to get you current notifications and get a summary. Then, you will be capable of auto-generating messages, etc.

According to AppleInsider, the Cupertino-based company is frequently testing “more natural” Siri voices as well as text-to-speech improvements to make it feel emotive and intrinsic.

However, the tech giant is planning to utilise advanced AI soon in the upcoming devices. Additionally, The ‘Retouch Tool’, is likely to be displaced by the ‘Clean Up’ tool that would remove all the objects, similar to a few other tools.

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AI image generation is a barbed area and Apple, as a huge brand would never ship into something without taking strict safety measures. Also, the VisionOS 2 update for Apple Vision Pro will receive a few significant enhancements that includes voice control, message replies, and Siri.

Everyone is anticipating the WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC) on June 10, because Apple is likely to launch its new devices at the event, where all these features will be unleashed.