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Microsoft Expands Copilot’s Reach with iOS App Launch


Recently, Microsoft unveiled a standalone Android application for Microsoft Copilot, offering users a convenient way to engage with the AI assistant. Not long after, the iOS and iPad versions made their debut on Apple’s App Store. Much like the Copilot experience on desktop and other AI chatbots like ChatGPT, users can input their queries and await responses generated by artificial intelligence. In Copilot’s case, responses are generated by OpenAI’s latest large language model, GPT-4. In contrast, the free version of ChatGPT utilizes the older ChatGPT-3.5, while access to the newer model requires a subscription to ChatGPT Plus.

Furthermore, the iOS version of Copilot boasts the ability to transform spoken words into images, a feature powered by OpenAI’s DALL-E 3 text-to-image AI system. OpenAI has emphasized that DALL-E 3 exhibits significant improvement in understanding the desired final product based on the text prompts entered. Notably, DALL-E 3 addresses challenges its predecessors faced, particularly in rendering elements like human hands.

This release is part of Microsoft’s ongoing efforts to expand the Copilot product line, following its rebranding from Bing Chat. Initially introduced to Windows 10 and subsequently to Windows 11, Copilot has reached over a billion devices, considering the user numbers on these platforms. The recent mobile rollouts further extend Copilot’s accessibility, with the added benefit of being freely available for users.

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