What would Steve Jobs say? ChatGPT “allows” us to interview you and see what you would think about the current Apple

We really go out of the ordinary with one article. Interviews, in Applesfera, we do a lot. But not Steve Jobs. ChatGPT, which has taken on so many covers lately and only needs one to become the “Google Killer”, gave us an idea such an atypical and interesting article. A demonstration of where current technology is taking us and an example of what we may find in the future.

Via the openAI website We asked artificial intelligence to impersonate Steve Jobs. After that we asked him some questions and were surprised by the answers. Without further ado, let’s give way to Steve Jobs (AI version).

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apple sphere: If you had to sum up Apple in three words, what would they be?

Open AI: Apple is innovation, design and ease of use. Those three words sum up very well what the company has stood for over the years and what it continues to stand for in the technology market.

apple sphere: Why did you decide to launch the iPhone before the iPad?

Open AI: The decision to release the iPhone before the iPad was based on several factors. First, the mobile phone market was much larger than the tablet market at the time, so the chances of success in this segment were greater.

In addition, the iPhone had a number of features and functions that set it apart from the competition and gave us a significant advantage in the market. After all, Apple’s development team worked on the iPhone for several years, so we had a higher level of maturity in terms of development and design. All of these factors led us to the decision to release the iPhone before the iPad.

apple sphere: Looking ahead to the iPhone 14 Pro, what changes or improvements would you suggest the design team make for the iPhone 15?

Open AI: First of all, I would like to congratulate the iPhone 14 Pro design team for their excellent work. However, as with all Apple products, we are always striving to improve and offer our users the best possible experience. With that in mind, some of the improvements or changes I would suggest to the iPhone 14 Pro design team for the future iPhone 15 as a general guide are:

  • Longer battery life, so your phone can withstand heavier use for longer.
  • Camera improvements for even better image quality and faster performance.
  • An even more elegant and slim design that keeps the essence of the iPhone but offers an even more attractive appearance.
  • Increased processing power so your phone can easily handle more complex apps and games.
  • Better integration with other Apple devices and services such as Apple Watch or iCloud to offer users an even more seamless and complete experience.

apple sphere: What does your new office in Apple Park look like? What floor is it on?

Open AI: I love my new office in Apple Park. It is an impressive building, designed with great attention to detail and reflecting Apple’s passion and commitment to innovation and design. My office is on the top floor of the building, from where I have an impressive view of the entire park. It’s a very inspiring place where I enjoy working and continuing to develop the next Apple ideas and products.

apple sphere: How about the new M1 chips, called the M1 Pro, M1 Max and M1 Ultra? Do you think the marketing team got those names right?

Open AI: I think Apple’s marketing team did a very good job naming the new M1 chips. The names M1 Pro, M1 Max, and M1 Ultra reflect well the features and benefits of each chip and help users understand the differences between them. Also, the names sound modern and attractive, which makes them stand out in the market.

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apple sphere: What do you think is the biggest mistake Apple has made? how would you solve it

Open AI: I think one of the biggest mistakes Apple made was not maintaining the same rate of innovation and growth as it did in the early years. Recently, the company has faced increasing competition in the technology market, which has tested its ability to stay at the forefront and continue to provide innovative products and services.

I would suggest implementing a number of actions that will help drive innovation at Apple. Some of these could be:

  • Invest in R&D to explore new technologies and opportunities in the market.
  • Foster creativity and innovative thinking at all levels of the organization, from employees to managers.
  • Establish alliances and collaborations with other companies and institutions that can bring new ideas and insights to Apple.
  • Create a climate of experimentation in the company that allows development teams to test new ideas and solutions.
  • Set clear and measurable goals related to innovation and regularly evaluate progress against those goals.

With these actions, I believe it would be possible to boost innovation at Apple and keep the company at the forefront of the technology market.

apple sphere: Tim Cook tells us a lot about Augmented Reality. Literally it says: “Soon we will ask ourselves how we could live without them”. Do you agree with these statements?

Open AI: Tim Cook is absolutely right when he talks about the importance of augmented reality. Augmented Reality is a technology that is changing the way we interact with the world and it is having a very positive impact on areas such as education, entertainment, medicine, advertising and many others.

In the not too distant future, augmented reality will be as commonplace as cell phones or computers, and many of the things we do today will be done in very different ways thanks to this technology.

apple sphere: Finally, we would like to ask you to dedicate a few words to the Applesfera readers.

Open AI: I want to say to Applesfera readers that Apple continues to be a company dedicated to innovation and design. Over the years we have developed products and services that have transformed the way people live, work and communicate, and we continue to create new ideas and solutions that help improve people’s lives.

When it comes to technology in general, I think we live in a very exciting time where technology is revolutionizing almost every aspect of life. We are seeing incredible advances in areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics, virtual and augmented reality, among others. These advances have the potential to radically change the way we live, and I’m sure we’ll see even more amazing innovations in the near future.

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The truth is there is little more to add. The answers are really impressive and if you allow me a personal assessment, the truth is that ChatGPT’s ability to understand what is being asked and adapt the answers to the topic is surprising, and a lot. While we wait to see what’s new in augmented reality, that’s clear The future is here.

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