Here are all the AI ​​features presented by Apple yesterday

Here are all the AI ​​features presented by Apple yesterday
Here are all the AI ​​features presented by Apple yesterday

These AI features have come with Apple’s new iPads and give us a taste of what’s to come from the tech giant later this year.

Apple’s ‘Let Loose’ launch event will have seen some big new additions to the iPad range. The new M4 chips promise exceptional performance and OLED has finally arrived on Apple tablet hardware. Software upgrades haven’t been ignored, however; Apple has also rolled out new AI-based features for its new slates. They provide a sneaky first glimpse of what’s to come from the tech giant later this year.

The Logic Pro 2 audio creation application has been designed to use the M4 chip’s Neural Engine, with the new Session Players feature giving you additional instrument options. If you don’t have the original stems (the individual parts of a song), the app will now analyze and extract vocals, bass, drums and other instruments to give you a starting point for remixing.

The ChromaGlow feature then models the sounds produced by some of the world’s most revered studio gear. You can work on the perfect sound with five different saturation styles to add more realistic warmth, presence and punch to any track. You can also choose from modern, nostalgic, vintage or more extreme styles, which shape and shape the mix using AI algorithms.
Final Cut Pro 2 video editor will leverage AI to isolate subjects in your clips. Apple also said it could speed up live captions in real time, but it’s unclear if this is specific to Final Cut Pro or if it will apply system-wide. Elsewhere, Final Cut Pro 2 has a Live Multicam feature that can connect and preview up to four cameras at once, using the new Final Cut Camera app on your other iPhones or Pads. You can also now edit footage from external devices plugged into your iPad.
The new M4 chipset is apparently 50% faster than the M2 processor for AI-accelerated tasks. It is capable of processing 38 trillion operators per second (TOPS), the same performance as the latest PC silicon, except consuming a quarter of the power.
These may seem like minor additions to AI compared to Samsung, Microsoft, and Google, which are all banking on AI at this point. But Apple appears to be setting the stage for a bigger AI reveal at the upcoming WWDC 2024 developer conference. The tech giant has already released a number of AI models that can run locally on your iPhone and announced plans to release significant AI-powered features. In addition to new features, a revamped Siri is almost certainly on the agenda.

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