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  • Bloomberg

    Apple Won’t Roll Out AI Tech In EU Market Over Regulatory Concerns

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. is withholding a raft of new technologies from hundreds of millions of consumers in the European Union, citing concerns posed by the bloc’s regulatory attempts to rein in Big Tech. Most Read from BloombergAt Blackstone’s $339 Billion Property Arm, the Honeymoon Is OverCar Dealers Reel From Cyberattack on $1.2 Trillion MarketCDK Tells Car Dealers Their Systems Will Likely Be Down for DaysUnited Airlines Jet Turns Back After Engine Piece Falls OffCar Dealerships Across US

  • Reuters

    Apple to delay launch of AI-powered features in Europe, blames EU tech rules

    Apple will delay launching three new artificial intelligence features because landmark European Union tech rules require it to ensure that rival products and services can function with its devices, the U.S. tech group said on Friday. Apple underscored its AI push earlier this month with a slew of new features and software enhancements for its iPhone and other devices to bolster sagging sales. It said Apple Intelligence, which uses AI to conjure text, images and other content on command, would be available on iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, and iPad and Mac with its M1 chip and later versions.

  • CNN Business

    Apple’s new China problem: ChatGPT is banned there

    Apple is banking on its upcoming AI features to boost iPhone sales especially in China, where demand has been lagging. But there’s a problem: ChatGPT — soon to be integrated into Siri — is banned in China.