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Microsoft's Copilot App Lands on iOS, Bringing GPT-4 and DALL-E 3 to Your Fingertips

The Powerful AI Companion Expands Its Reach, Redefining Creativity and Productivity for Apple Users

NEWS  Apps  December 30, 2023  Reading time: 2 Minute(s)

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Microsoft has officially released the Copilot app for iOS, bringing the cutting-edge capabilities of GPT-4 and DALL·E 3 to Apple users. This release follows closely on the heels of the Android launch, treating Apple device owners to a belated but much-anticipated Christmas gift from Microsoft.

Your Everyday AI Companion

Positioned as "your everyday AI companion" by Microsoft's sales department, Copilot is an AI-powered assistant designed to cater to a myriad of user needs. From answering queries to rapidly drafting emails, composing stories or scripts, summarizing complex texts, and even generating AI artworks, Copilot aims to be the go-to solution for diverse tasks.

Unlocking GPT-4: A Language Model Powerhouse

One of Copilot's standout features is its utilization of OpenAI's latest GPT-4, granting users access to a robust large language model (LLM) that is typically behind the paywall of ChatGPT. This move not only democratizes access to advanced AI capabilities but also places the power of GPT-4 directly in the hands of iOS users.

Creative Prowess with DALL·E 3

In addition to its linguistic prowess, Copilot serves as an image generator by incorporating OpenAI's DALL·E 3. Microsoft claims that, by synergizing the capabilities of GPT-4 with the imaginative features of DALL·E 3, Copilot not only enhances design workflows but also elevates creativity to new heights, all from the convenience of a mobile device.

Beyond Mobile: Copilot on Desktop

For those who prefer a desktop experience, Copilot provides a standalone web service that can be run on desktops or laptops, even outside the confines of the Edge browser. Microsoft is actively advocating for the widespread use of Copilot, expanding its reach across various product lines. In recent weeks, Copilot has been integrated into Dev Tools in Edge for developer assistance, extended within the Microsoft 365 Roadmap, and made available on GitHub.

Strategic Importance for Microsoft

Undoubtedly, Copilot holds a strategic position in Microsoft's vision for the future. Representatives from the tech giant have likened its significance to the iconic Start button in Windows, dubbing it "the entry point into this world of AI on the PC". Microsoft's relentless efforts to integrate Copilot into various aspects of its ecosystem highlight the company's commitment to making AI accessible and indispensable in everyday tasks. The fast development, distribution and integration of Copilot on different platforms it's a clear sign of Microsoft' commitment to impose itself in the AI arena, offering users on different ecosystems an accessible and free access to the latest LLM. 

As Copilot continues to evolve and find its place in the digital landscape, it promises to reshape the way Apple users engage with AI, unlocking new possibilities in creativity and productivity. Whether on iOS, Android or desktop, Copilot stands as a testament to Microsoft's dedication to pushing the boundaries of AI innovation.




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