members Windows Insider Program can browse From Photos to iCloud via the Windows Photos app: From today this function is actually available in beta version allowing a small circle of users to try it out precisely in order to minimize bugs and problems Public release scheduled for the next few months.
Windows users have always been able to Download a copy of the photos to iCloud using the app of the same namewhich simulates a kind of library within a department File Explorer for the operating system, but with this integration in the Photos app, you can enjoy one Better user experienceCloser if we want what Apple users can appreciate by signing in to iCloud through the Mac’s Photos app.
The most interesting news is that Over the next year From the Microsoft Store, you can download a file Apple TV and Apple Music desktop app for Windows PC, which will soon be available for download in beta preview. Currently, Apple TV shows can be accessed via a browser at tv.apple.com which is terrible for those who have tried it; For music streaming, on the other hand, there is the dreaded music.apple.com or iTunes portal for Windows.
So these rather poor alternatives will soon be replaced by the original apps they are supposed to offer Windows users have a more enjoyable user experience When they enjoy original Apple Music and Apple TV + content through their desktop and laptop computers.
But also for Apple, this is a good milestone because it will improve the expansion of its services on more platforms, especially since the company at this point in its history is showing a willingness to donate Higher priority for subscription revenue Instead of selling hardware.
Especially with regards to Apple TV, widespread availability is essential as Apple makes extensive sports agreements, such as the one for the exclusive broadcast of Major League Soccer starting in the 2023 season: in the pipeline, there will also be rights to broadcast NFL Sunday matches.
Among the last News from Microsoft and Apple There is a landing for the Apple Music app on Xbox.