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Apple may delay AI features in the EU because of its big tech law

Illustration of the Apple logo with a slice falling out of it, implying breaking up a monopoly.
Illustration: Cath Virginia / The Verge

Apple says upcoming features like its Apple Intelligence generative AI tools, iPhone mirroring, and SharePlay screen sharing may not be available in the European Union this year, as reported previously by Bloomberg.

Why? The Digital Markets Act (DMA), says Apple, citing the EU law that puts strict requirements on the “gatekeepers” that control massive online platforms to block anticompetitive behavior. Recently, rumors have indicated that Apple and Meta could soon face charges over DMA violations.

According to Apple, the DMA requirements saying those gatekeepers must let third-party companies interoperate with their services could “force” compromises over privacy and security.

Here is the statement sent to The Verge by Apple…

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