By Andrew W. Kelly / Time Inc.
Read moreApple has been working on a fleet farm application for iOS, and now it has announced that it has signed an agreement with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory to provide an API to the project.
The agreement with NSLE has two important points: first, it makes it easier for the developer community to get access to the iOS API, and second, it lets Apple build the platform to support this new capability.
The announcement also suggests that Apple’s AI research is ramping up, and that its developers are starting to take advantage of its capabilities.
The company has been experimenting with the technology at its research centers, and is working with several different companies to get this platform working on iOS.
Apple has already begun to provide APIs to its developers through the Mac App Store, and it will soon be providing its developers with the same APIs on the Mac.
This news comes after the company announced last week that it had signed a deal with IBM to offer a cloud-based AI cloud platform that would integrate with iOS, macOS, and watchOS.
In an effort to encourage developers to build apps that run on AI platforms, Apple has also announced that its developer community will get access the company’s iOS SDKs.
This means that developers will be able to create AI apps for iOS and OS X without needing to worry about using third-party frameworks, frameworks that can be difficult to port.
Apple is also working on building an app for the Android platform.
While this will be an early release, it will include the ability for developers to share and build their own AI platforms using the new iOS platform.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been pushing Apple’s mobile software efforts since the launch of its iPhone, and he is working to make it easier and more affordable for developers.
This is an effort that will continue into the future.
Apple’s AI is already used in products such as Siri, the iPhone’s voice assistant, and the Apple Watch.
But it will also be used in the next generation of products, such as the iPhone X, and will become a major focus of Apple’s efforts to bring AI to more devices in the future as it continues to push the envelope with the development of these products.