Microsoft Wants To Bring iMessage To Windows
Microsoft Wants To Bring iMessage To Windows

One of the many new features that the tech giant Microsoft brought to Windows 10 during the last Build focuses on the possibility of having our smartphone mirrored on the desktop. Now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Microsoft wants to bring iMessage to Windows.

Microsoft Wants To Bring iMessage To Windows

One of the many new features that the tech giant Microsoft brought to Windows 10 during the last Build focuses on the possibility of having our smartphone mirrored on the desktop. It’s too early to be seen it working, but you know much more about Your Phone.

Something that came to the public is the impossibility of having already the messages of the iPhone. It’s a flaw, but the tech giant Microsoft wants to bring iMessages to Windows 10.

The idea of the tech giant Microsoft is very clear about what it wants to integrate with smartphones in Windows 10. It wants its system can directly clone the interfaces and present the user with all the information that it presented.

This allows us to access notifications, calls, pictures and even messages. If this is simple to achieve on Android, thanks to the way this system is built, the same can not be said of iOS.

The limitations of iOS and iMessage

According to information from the tech giant Microsoft, most of the functionality can be obtained in the iPhone, but the great limitation is even in the messages. The tech giant Apple naturally blocks access to these messages both inside and outside the iOS.

Microsoft wants to work with Apple

The tech giant Microsoft hopes in the near future to be able to work with the tech giant Apple and give Windows 10 the ability for users to use iMessages in the Your Phone app just as they can on Android.

It’s too early to know if this will be a real possibility, but even with excellent relationships between Apple and Microsoft, it is most likely Apple will not want to give up its exclusive and share iMessages.

It’s too early to see its real possibilities, but it’s likely that it will be able to fully replicate the entire interface and access the key features in a natural way.

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