With updates to Phone Link, users of Windows 11 can now sync their iOS interactions through their PC.
Microsoft’s Phone Link has been around for a while and lets you connect your Android phone to your PC so you can check calls and texts without picking up your phone. With the release of an update that works with iOS, this feature is now also available to iPhone users.
By connecting your iPhone to your Windows 11 PC, you can answer calls and read messages right from your Windows desktop or laptop. Once you set it up, you’ll be able to access your Contacts, take and make calls, and send and answer to texts without touching your iPhone—even when you’re in Focus Mode.
Since this is happening all over the world, you might not see iOS features in your Phone Link app right away. Microsoft says to look for “phone link” in the Windows 11 taskbar and then check the setup page to see if there is an iPhone choice. If you do see an iPhone choice, you can click on it to start setting up the phone.
Phone Link for iOS is now available worldwide for Windows 11, and all users should have it “over the next few weeks.” To use Phone Link, you need an iPhone with iOS 14 or a later version, a Bluetooth link, and the latest version of the Phone Link app on Windows 11. Microsoft says that the tool is not available for iPadOS or macOS at this time.
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