Date: Monday, June 1st, 2015, 10:56
Category: iOS, iPhone, News, Software, Uncategorized
You may not love it, but Windows 10 will be en route to a computer near you come June 29th.
And Microsoft says it’ll play nicer with the iPhone.
Microsoft Operating Systems Vice President Joe Belfiore stated that the new operating system would be released on June 29th. Windows 10 will include Cortana, Microsoft’s voice control system that is often considered superior to Apple’s Siri. It also includes new Photos, Videos, Music, Maps, Mail, People, and Calendar apps, all of which will tie into Microsoft’s own iPhone apps.
Windows 10 will be available as a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8 users, which could help remove the convoluted pricing structures that have typically come with significant Windows upgrades.
Microsoft hasn’t said when the Windows 10 compatibility updates for its iPhone apps will be available, but it seems likely they’ll show up on Apple’s App Store by July 29th.
Stay tuned for additional features as they become available.
Via The Mac Observer