Apple Intelligence Tries to Outsmart Google Now
After Google announced it would be adding a contextual prediction and search feature called Now on Tap to the next version of the Android operating system, it looked like the search giant had just lapped Apple. At Monday’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple responded with Intelligence. It’s a predictive assistant built on top of the iOS’s Spotlight search and Siri voice assistant. Intelligence plugs into your contacts, calendar, maps, and even third-party apps. The goal is to give users more accurate search results and to deliver important information before you even know you need it.
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