Will Apple release a MacBook with LLM integration built in, by 2025 end?

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Apple is working on several models of generative AI. In the coming year, the Siri team independently intends to integrate LLMs into its voice assistant. In line with Google's aim to enhance its voice assistant, this would enable users to automate complicated activities using natural language. Apple believes that GPT 3.5 from OpenAI is inferior to its advanced programming model, Ajax GPT.

@Priyadharshu Thank you for you insight but I believe there should be more data supporting your answer. It is true that Apple is investing in AI and in machine learning models. https://www.computerworld.com/article/3706472/wwdc-2024-is-apple-on-the-road-to-siri-20.html

Even if there is no data that supports the concrete actions of Apple towards the building of a MacBook with LLM integration, it is important to mention the impact that AI is having in economic terms. According to McKinsey, AI will add "the equivalent of $2.6 trillion to $4.4 trillion annually. This would increase the impact of all artificial intelligence by 15 to 40 percent". This means that the value that AI and large language models have in different industries such as retail can support the theory of Apple being working on AI technology. https://www.mckinsey.com/capabilities/mckinsey-digital/our-insights/the-economic-potential-of-generative-ai-the-next-productivity-frontier

Apple's slow to jump on things, but by 2025 they will probably replace Siri with an LLM which would count