Apple is famous for being uptight and a bully who wants to cordon its consumers away from the competitors’ platforms. The Cupertino company simply doesn’t know how to play nice with the competition, and I might go as far as to say, to Apple, synergy is not something they are after.
That said, it is very surprising that when I recently visited the Microsoft Store, I found iCloud app by Apple. Though to be fair, iTunes has been available therein much longer now, and even before the advent of Microsoft Store. Apple has a version of iTunes and iCloud available for users on Windows PCs.
Could Apple be finally becoming cross-platform-friendly?
Historically, Apple has been walling off its consumers, but with the availability of AirPlay on TVs, Apple Music on Android, and now an updated iCloud on Microsoft Store. It appears Apple might be warming up to the idea of cross-platform-friendly.
iCloud on Windows
Though iClout and iTunes have been available for years now, you don’t get the same level of utility you do when using it on a Mac computer compared with Windows PC. Especially, the iCloud; with iTunes, …read more