Intel Previews New iPhone & Apple Watch PC Integration Technologies

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iPhone & Apple Watch PC Integration Tech

Intel on Tuesday unveiled the latest generation of its premium Evo brand for computers that the firm has verified. In addition to introducing support for foldable devices and the WiFi 6E standard, the new Evo PCs will also have iPhone and Apple Watch connectivity and iMessage functionality, which will be a first for the company. Intel purchased Screenovate last year, a well-known platform for delivering solutions for managing and controlling iOS and Android sharing devices on Windows computers. According to Engadget, this platform already powers Dell's Mobile Connect feature, which will soon be accessible for Intel Evo-certified laptops.

During a presentation at CES 2022, Intel revealed how the new tool allows iPhone users to read their text messages and even iMessages on Windows, although Apple confines access to the Messages app to its operating system. Even more impressively, Intel has disclosed that the platform will display data from the Health app, including data obtained from an Apple Watch that has been synced with the user's iPhone.

It's unclear whether or not this function will ever be available to Windows users who own an iPhone; Intel claims it "plans to collaborate with partners, including Apple," but it seems doubtful that Apple would enable an unauthorized means for Windows users to send and receive messages from their iPhone. Last year, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that he would "welcome" the availability of iMessage on Windows, although Apple has never demonstrated an interest in making this a possibility.

According to Josh Newman, Intel's VP of Mobile Innovation, the firm intends to integrate Screenovate's technology into Evo PCs during the 2022 Christmas season, available in limited quantities. Naturally, the idea is to make it available to more PCs in the future, but Newman says Intel wants to make sure it's a high-quality experience for users before doing so. To do this, the business intends to collaborate with partners, including Apple.


  








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