As the tech industry has grown, smartphones and other electronic tools have become more advanced and easier to use. However, they don’t always act “smart” because they are run by artificial intelligence.
For example, the autocorrect tool on a phone’s keyboard is one of the most annoying things when it comes to writing words the way you want to, especially swear words.
Users can always turn off the choice, but it is said that Apple has found a way to fix this problem. The makers of the iPhone are going to change the fixing iPhone’s keyboard feature on the keyboard so that it doesn’t change “one of the most common swear words to ducking,” as Reuters said.
“When you just want to type a ducking word, the keyboard will also learn it,” Apple’s software head Craig Federighi said in the article.
Apple also showed off its first mixed reality gear, which will compete with Meta, owned by Facebook, in a market that hasn’t yet attracted people other than gamers and tech geeks.
It was the most important thing the company that makes iPhones has put out since the Apple Watch in 2015.
The company said that the Vision Pro, which was well-liked by most people on Monday, will cost a hefty $3,499 and be available early next year only in the United States.
Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, said as he showed off the sleek VR device that looked like a ski mask, “There are some products that change the way we think about technology and the role it plays in our lives.”
“We think Apple Vision Pro is a revolutionary product with performance, immersion, and capabilities that only Apple can offer,” he said.
The helmet, which Apple called a “spatial computer,” was shown off at the end of an Apple event in Cupertino, California, where a long list of product changes was released.