Apple Intelligence meets a "deadline" before its launch date

 

Apple's release of Apple Intelligence won't be as smooth as expected.

Apple has just announced that it will delay the deployment of three new artificial intelligence features, including Phone Mirroring, SharePlay Screen Sharing and Apple Intelligence, to users in the European Union (EU) this year. The reason given is regulatory concerns related to the EU's Digital Markets Act (DMA).

Apple decided to delay Apple Intelligence in the EU because of concerns about the DMA law.

Apple decided to delay Apple Intelligence in the EU because of concerns about the DMA law.

According to Apple, DMA interoperability requirements could force them to change products in ways that affect user privacy and data security. The DMA is a new set of EU rules aimed at clamping down on big tech companies, requiring them to allow rival products and services to operate on their platforms.

Apple has emphasized its commitment to working with the European Commission to find a solution that meets the requirements of the DMA while still ensuring user safety. However, this decision to delay may prevent iPhone users in Europe from experiencing Apple's latest AI features this year.

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