This evening, The Verge published a story by Vlad Savov claiming that “Apple has quietly confirmed Windows 11 support” for the upcoming MacBook Pro. In reality, the next generation of Macbook Pro will not support Windows 10, and will instead be running macOS Sierra. A company spokesman has denied that the report is true, and Apple also didn’t confirm the story in any way.
First reported by The Verge , some suspected that Apple would be using a new naming convention for the upcoming version of Windows, but the company has now confirmed this with a tiny change to its support pages. The quiet change was noticed by many Google Translate users and apparently confirms predictions from code sniffers that the software is in the works.
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- Apple plans to make more of its branded applications and services available to Windows users in the near future.
- iCloud will also be available, provided the operating system it runs on is Windows 11 or higher.
- Users on Reddit have also confirmed that the iTunes 4 app works on their Windows 11 computers.
- Among other applications developed for macOS that move to Windows, FaceTime will soon make the move to Windows.
Isn’t it great when services from completely different platforms that have always competed with each other come together? Microsoft and Apple no longer seem to be trying to outdo each other and are now concentrating on providing some of their respective applications and services. The latest information from official sources and social media suggests that something is in store for us in the near future.
Apple announces iCloud will appear on Windows 11 computers
Recently, we talked about another iconic app moving from Mac OS to Windows and Android. As you may recall, FaceTime will soon be part of the Windows family, much to everyone’s delight. According to the latest support document released by Apple, it seems that iCloud is finally available for Windows users. The basic requirement for the user to use this service on their PC is the operating system itself. To use iTunes, your operating system must be Windows 11 or higher. No official release date has been given yet, but with Windows 11 just around the corner, we can expect it to be available before the end of the year or maybe even early next year. Even if we have to wait a little longer, this is great news as the demand for such features is increasing every year.
iTunes has already been launched for Windows 11 users
Another news event that has gone viral on social media is that users have already had a great day when they heard about Apple’s plans for iCloud. Apparently, as one user noted on Reddit, after installing the first available version of Windows 11, the latest app is iTunes 4. This is more than unexpected for most of us, but still very satisfying. First, only one version of iTunes can be installed on your PC at a time. So if you already have such a program, you should uninstall it. To install a version of iTunes for Windows, you literally have to run the installer and browse through it. No hurry. This is the first version of iTunes for Windows, and in beta it worked well. It seems that every month, big tech companies decide to share some of the most popular and user-friendly apps, with great results. Let’s hope they continue on this path and that in the future we can take advantage of all these cross-platform benefits to meet all our needs. Are you happy with the latest collaboration between Apple and Microsoft? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below. Not enough details. It’s hard to understand Other Contact an expert Take part in the discussion
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