Windows 11 laptops will be able to access iCloud photos natively

If you use Apple and Microsoft devices, you’ll be happy to know that the iCloud Photos integration is coming soon to Microsoft’s Windows 11 operating system.

During the launch of the Surface 2022 last night, Microsoft announced that Users will soon be able to browse their iCloud Photo Library natively on Windows devices.

Microsoft is bringing iCloud Photos integration to the Windows 11 Photos app. This means that you will be able to browse your iCloud photo library on your laptop with the Windows 11 operating system.

Currently, doing the same requires installing the iCloud app for Windows, and the experience isn’t the best. The beta version of this new feature is now available to members of the Windows Insider program, with the stable version expected to be released early next year.

On the other hand, Apple is also taking the Apple Music and Apple TV+ apps for the Windows platform. This means that you will be able to use Apple Music and Apple TV+ through native apps on your Windows 10 or Windows 11 laptop.

With Apple expanding the reach of its services, it’s easier for consumers to use devices across multiple platforms, including iOS, iPadOS, macOS, Android and Windows.

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