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Apple’s AI features won’t run entirely on your device – which means for your privacy

Apple’s highly anticipated AI features coming to iPhones, iPads and Macs will now be split between on-device processing and data centers powered by Apple chips. This news comes just a month before Apple is expected to unveil major software updates at its Worldwide Developer Conference in June. This contrasts with Apple’s history of storing user data on the device, but is not a significant change from iCloud’s current model.

The idea of ​​Apple storing AI data in the cloud has some users concerned that the company is breaking its privacy promises. However, this may not happen.