Cook added that the company expects “capabilities that represent an extraordinary breakthrough for generative AI, which is why we are currently investing heavily in this field. We believe that we will provide transformative opportunities for users when it comes to productivity, problem solving and more.”

Apple has been slower in introducing generative artificial intelligence than its competitors, such as Microsoft and Alphabet, which owns Google, which are integrating artificial intelligence into products.

Cook noted today that artificial intelligence is already working behind the scenes in Apple products, but he said there will be more news about clear AI-powered features later this year.

“All Macs running Apple chips are exceptionally capable AI machines,” Cook explained. “In fact, there is no better AI computer on the market today.”

Bloomberg previously reported that Apple intends to use artificial intelligence to improve its ability to search data stored on Apple devices.