An innovation that makes image editing more accessible to everyone and also opens the doors to new forms of digital creativity.

Apple has always pushed the boundaries of technological innovation, and the latest leap forward in artificial intelligence confirms its leading position. With the release of MGIE, an open-source AI model for text-based image editing, Apple is preparing to transform the way we interact with our photographs by making editing accessible simply by using our voice. This innovation opens up new avenues for photography enthusiasts, designers and anyone who wants to optimize their images without the need for advanced technical skills.

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MGIE, an acronym for Multimodal large language model Guided Image Editing, is Apple’s response to the growing demand for intuitive and easily accessible photo editing tools. This AI model allows users to perform complex modifications through commands expressed in natural language. Imagine you want to "make the sky bluer" or "add a vintage filter": MGIE interprets these requests and applies the desired changes with precision and naturalness.

Apple takes image editing to a level never seen before

Apple’s research shows that voice-based editing dramatically improves the image manipulation experience. This approach simplifies interaction with the software, eliminating the need to navigate complex user interfaces or learn advanced editing techniques. MGIE’s ability to understand and respond to expressive instructions allows users to realize their creative vision with just a few simple words.

With Apple, the future of AI and digital photography looks brighter than ever

In addition to basic editing like cropping, resizing, and applying filters, MGIE excels at advanced tasks like changing the background, adding or removing objects, and optimizing the overall photo quality. This includes improvements in brightness, contrast, sharpness and color balance, as well as the application of artistic effects such as pencil drawing and painting. The ability to edit specific regions or objects, such as faces, eyes, hair, adds an extra layer of customization to photo editing.

With the promise of even more advanced AI capabilities in iOS 18, users are eager to see how Apple could further integrate these capabilities into its devices. The possibility of MGIE being incorporated into iPhone suggests a future where editing photos will be just as easy and intuitive as taking them.