Apple Introduces its Services on Microsoft Platforms – iCloud & iMusic

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Apple Introduces its Services on Microsoft Platforms

Microsoft and Apple are two competitors who have launched multiple services to stay one step ahead of each other. But in the latest update, we got to see that Apple has launched some of its services on the platform of Microsoft and we are still letting the fact set in.

Apple Introduces its Services on Microsoft Platforms
Apple Introduces its Services on Microsoft Platforms

Microsoft in a Surface-focused event announced to the public that it is including Apple’s Photos app and iCloud storage service in the latest Windows 11. Once iCloud has been installed on the Windows app from the Microsoft store, all iPhone users will be able to see their photos and videos on any Windows device.

All those users who are participating in the insiders’ program by Microsoft Windows will be able to get the latest iCloud services and a Windows app. This will allow them to integrate all the photos and videos from today itself.

Apple Introduces its Services on Microsoft Platforms
Microsoft – Photo by Dado Ruvic/Reuters

As quoted by CNET, Windows users have been waiting to experience the integration of calls, videos, and photos on their laptops. Microsoft has said that they are trying to make it easy for all the customers who have an iPhone to access their data on Windows devices as well.

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This collaboration was a long-time pending but all the households who have both Android and Apple devices will be elated with this news.

If you are someone who would love to access all the iCloud images, videos, and documents on a Windows device, this is positive news for you!

Microsoft has also announced that now the Xbox will have Apple TV and Apple Music as another integration step. Both these apps will be launched on the Windows platform in 2023.

What else do these companies have in store for you? Keep checking this space for more news related to Apple and Microsoft.

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