Google Execs to Bring ‘Google Assistant’ to iPhone 6S

Google execs are planning to bring the virtual assistant to iPhones in the near future, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Google is developing an Android-based virtual assistant that will allow users to ask questions, find information, and do other tasks via a virtual assistant.

The project, dubbed Google Assistant 2.0, is described as a way for the company to bring its AI-powered AI assistant to phones, even though the company hasn’t yet announced a release date for the app.

Google Assistant is Google’s most powerful AI assistant yet, but the company has struggled to keep up with the ever-increasing demand for voice-powered devices.