Recently Apple announced that users will be able to ask Siri questions in iOS 18, and OpenAI’s ChatGPT will answer. Tweeting on X, CEO of Telsa and SpaceX, Elon Musk has warned to ban iPhones from all his companies over the integration of ChatGPT into iPhones and other Apple devices. “If Apple integrates OpenAI at the OS level, then Apple devices will be banned at my company. That is an unacceptable security violation,” Musk posted on X. Musk explained in a series of his tweets, the reasons behind banning iPhones in his company for the utilization of OperAI. At the same time he also shared a humorous Indian meme on how the ‘Apple Intelligence Works’.

Apple announced that it is going to integrate ChatGPT with Siri at its World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC 2024). According to Apple, letting users to access its proficiency as well as its image and capabilities of document understanding without a need to jump between tools, it is integrating ChatGPT access into experiences within iOS 18, macOS Sequoia and iPadOS 18.

The company said, “Siri can tap into ChatGPT’s expertise when helpful. Users are asked before any questions are sent to ChatGPT, along with any documents or photos, and Siri then presents the answer directly.” Other than this ChatGPT will be available in Apple’s systemwide Writing Tools, which assist users to generate content for anything they are writing about.

Elon Musk, who co-founded OpenAI in 2015, sued the company and its CEO, Sam Altman, at the outset of March, blaming that they had lost their goal from the startup’s original mission to develop AI for the advantage of humanity rather than for profit. In response, Musk has established his own startup, xAI, striving to challenge OpenAI and create a substitute to the popular chatbot ChatGPT. In its most recent funding round, xAI was valued at $24 billion, where it raised up $6 billion in Series B funding.

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