It is possible to entry most of Apple’s services on Windows PCs, including Apple Music, Apple TV, and iCloud for Photos, but the process isn’t as seamless as it is on a Mac. Microsoft on Wednesday announced that the process is going to be much simpler.
At its presentation for Surface, Microsoft announced that its Photos app for Windows 11 will be capable of instantly accessing the iCloud Photo Library from Apple. from now on, customers who buy an iPhone will be able to synchronize their photos with their PCs the same way they would with a Mac. Within a few months, you’ll be able to sync your iCloud Photos via the iCloud for Windows app, although beta testers through the Windows Insider program have already been able to test the feature.
Additionally, it was announced that Apple Music and the Apple TV desktop app will soon be accessible on Windows devices sometime next year. That’s great news for Windows users who’ve had to access Apple TV+ and Apple Music through the internet. Even if it can’t unseat the aging iTunes app, the new Apple Music service might be a suitable alternative for Windows users.
At this time Xbox customers are able to get the latest version of the Apple Music app through the Xbox console app store and use it to play music in the background when playing a video game. It’s accompanied by the Apple TV app, which is already available.
As Apple has made clear, it needs to grow its services division, and it has done that with solid revenue growth during the last couple of years. It must enhance its ecosystem in order to continue to grow that division. In spite of the fact that Apple TV, Apple Music, and iCloud for Photos were always accessible through Windows, none of the companies offered direct and quick access to their services. In addition to these moves, Apple should provide some encouragement to users discouraged by the lack of efforts it has made to optimize outside access.