Apple wants to make the iPhone smarter without diving into your personal data

Apple purchased one more company that will help it bring more intelligent features to its iPhone and iPad in the future, after confirming last week it bought British start-up VocalIQ that might help it boost the powers of Siri. The new acquisition will also likely be used to expand further the iPhone’s smart feature, with a massive trick. Unlike Google, which needs access to a treasure trove of personal data to enable cool Google Now and other automated features, Apple might not require access to that much information about the user. DON’T MISS: You can install Android 6.0 Marshmallow on Nexus 5, 6, 7 and 9 right now According to Bloomberg, the company bought Perceptio, a start-up that develops artificial intelligence (AI) tech. Perceptio’s take on AI is different than others’,…


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