The Apple voice assistant voice control system that was introduced in 2016 is a game changer for voice assistant technology, and it’s bringing new and improved features to existing products.

Apple has been working on the Siri voice assistant for over a year, and this week the company introduced a new voice control tech called VoiceBox, which is the company’s first voice-controlled speaker to use a new proprietary chip.

The company claims that this new chip makes it a “game changers” technology for voice interaction, and in a short demo, the system sounds great.

Here’s a rundown of the features of VoiceBox: VoiceBox is the first time Apple has built its own voice-recognition chip, which means that Apple can now easily use the same chip to differentiate the voice input it receives from different apps, games, and other systems.

“VoiceBox is a completely new type of technology that makes voice control possible for the first-time user,” Apple says.

“Unlike previous voice control systems, VoiceBox allows users to specify their own voices as well as play back their voice through the Siri system.”

Apple has made VoiceBox a game-changer for voice interactions, because the chip is used to detect voice recognition features and determine whether the user is speaking directly into the speaker.

If Siri can’t determine that the user wants to speak into the system, Siri will turn it off.

The VoiceBox chip also has some features that make it more powerful than other voice recognition chips, such as its ability to recognize and play back different voice commands.

For example, Apple says that VoiceBox can detect different types of voice commands, like “play a song” and “start music.”

VoiceBox also has a new ability called “Siri-like speech,” which lets users select the phrase that they want Siri to use when it comes to speaking to them.

Siri can also recognize phrases that aren’t spoken into the voice box, such a “hello” and phrases like “I’m a little tired.”

The system can also identify phrases that sound like “hello,” which means the system can respond to the user’s requests and answer questions that are directed at Siri.

“It’s all about the quality of the technology and how it works,” Apple said.

“The quality of voice recognition is what enables VoiceBox to provide the greatest voice experience possible.”

The new chip uses a custom chip called the Apple X10, which makes it one of the best voice recognition chip on the market.

The chip has been designed to be incredibly powerful, which can be measured by comparing the power output of the chip to other voice-activated voice recognition products, such the Siri or Google Now voice recognition.

The new voice-driven voice-control technology is more powerful because it uses a “higher level of processing,” Apple explains.

The Apple X-10 chip has a power rating of 100W and a processing power of 1.5 gigaflops, which gives it a power density of more than 40 gigafluid per square inch.

This means that the chip can detect speech from up to 25 feet away, which was previously the limit for other voice technology.

VoiceBox has a range of up to 1 meter.

Apple is promising that this voice-powered voice-capture technology will help Siri improve on its previous voice recognition capabilities, such by making it more natural and natural-sounding.

Apple says this will help users improve their interactions with Siri.

It will also allow Siri to learn more about the user, and how they interact with the system.

The system has been specifically designed to “help users achieve more natural voice responses, which include using their voice more naturally, with fewer accidental clicks, swipes, and swipes of the Siri device,” according to Apple.

Siri will also be able to respond to spoken commands, and users will be able tell Siri when the system is in an optimal state.

It’s also built into the Siri assistant, so the user won’t need to interact with a third-party app or a web browser to get answers from Siri.

Apple isn’t saying exactly when VoiceBox will launch, but Apple says it will be available for consumers in the third quarter of 2021.