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Siri is superpowered with Apple Intelligence

Siri gets upgraded with Apple Intelligence

Apple Intelligence makes Siri much more powerful, as it can understand the user given specific contexts, even if they stumble over their words.

Siri has been the butt of the joke for years as it fell behind in the smart assistant race. Apple hopes to correct this trajectory by integrating Apple Intelligence throughout.

If you've been keeping up with WWDC news via AppleInsider, you'll note we shared all of these features ahead of the event.

Apple has built Siri to be more present throughout the operating system, acting as a true intelligent assistant that understands data from Messages, Mail, Photos, and any system app. For example, make plans by requesting a rescheduled meeting that takes into account data from Calendar, a planned movie date in Messages, and other system information.

Siri can understand the user better by understanding when mistakes are made in speech. This is especially important when dealing with accents or disabilities affecting speech.

The new Siri is built with the same technologies powering Apple Intelligence. It prioritizes privacy even with intimate access to user data, photos, and messages.

Siri can control functions across system apps. Like toggling features or opening apps to specific files.

Apps with Apple Intelligence Siri support:

  • Books
  • Calendar
  • Camera
  • Contacts
  • Files
  • Freeform
  • Keynote
  • Mail
  • Magnifier
  • News
  • Notes
  • Photos
  • Reminders
  • Safari
  • Stocks
  • Settings
  • Voice Memos

Apple introduced the upgraded Siri as a part of iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS Sequoia. It will launch alongside the new operating systems in the fall.