There’s ‘No Sign’ Of Generative AI Coming From Apple In 2024

Apple is reported to be working on some sort of new AI technology that would be based on large language models similar to ChatGPT. But despite reports, we’re now told that it isn’t likely to launch in 2024.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman had reported before today that Apple is working on some sort of AI technology announcement with 2024 being the timeframe that it is aiming for.

However, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo now says that there is “no sign” that Apple is working to that timeframe.

Kuo was writing on Medium ahead of Apple’s upcoming earnings report, saying that the company is unlikely to discuss AI during that call.

At present, there is no sign that Apple will integrate AI edge computing and hardware products in 2024, so it is difficult to benefit the stock prices of Apple and its supply chain.

Other topics discussed by Kuo include the impending Vision Pro launch, with the forecast for shipments in 2204 reportedly “still quite small” but with limited demand expected, that’s likely no huge surprise.

Apple says that the Vision Pro headset will start at $3,499 when it goes on sale in early 2024, but it hasn’t said when that will actually be. It also hasn’t said what it means when it says pricing will start at that price point or what will be included.

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