Microsoft has brought back SwiftKey, its predictive keyboard for iPhone and iPad with gestural typing, emoji prediction, themes and more.
Microsoft has begun rolling out a new feature that enables customers to browse and edit iCloud Photos directly in the company's Windows 11 Photos app.
Apple TV for Windows will let you watch your favorite Apple TV+ series and movies right on your PC, with a preview version arriving later this year.
This integration will allow you to access any iCloud photos and videos from your iPhone within Microsoft's built-in Photos app on Windows 11.
You can now enjoy Apple Music on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Xbox One. Meanwhile, Apple Music for Windows will arrive in the Microsoft Store next year.
Microsoft is boosting advertising in its mobile Outlook email client, with free users seeing more email-like ads at the top of their inboxes than ever before.
Microsoft Teams now runs natively on Apple silicon Macs, bringing faster performance and lower battery consumption for Apple's M1 and M2 chipsets.
iOS 16 finally allows you to use the Apple Pay payment feature on websites in other browsers like Chrome, Edge and Firefox, not just Safari.
An ad-supported tier for Netflix has been rumored for a bit now, but it only became official earlier this year when Netflix's co-CEO, Ted Sarandos, confirmed the upcoming tier. That obviously led to some discussion regarding who Netflix would partner with, because it would be a huge deal for any advertising company to land Netflix. Turns out, it won't be an advertising company after all.
At one point in the past, Microsoft was putting a lot of the company's eggs on a future focused almost entirely on streaming entertainment. So much so that one of its previous video game consoles, the Xbox One, was practically kneecapped right out of the gate because of Microsoft's vision for the future. Things didn't pan out that way, though, and now, with the Xbox Series S and Series X, Microsoft's back on track. But that doesn't mean the company has given up on that particular dream.
You can now play Fortnite on iPhone and iPad for free with just a Microsoft account via Microsoft's Xbox Cloud Gaming over-the-air service.
Apple, Google and Microsoft are expanding support for the FIDO passwordless sign-in standard across devices and platforms to boost user security further.