When it comes to the largest video and audio streaming services, Apple products are the most common. Previously Apple Music and Apple TV+ were restricted to iOS, iPads, and macOS. Gradually, its services Apple were expanded to Android and smart TV operating systems. Moreover, these services could also be used on PCs but provided just a standard experience for the users.
Surface 2022 was launched last night. During the launch ceremony, Microsoft revealed that soon Apple Music and Apple TV+ will be accessible to Windows operating systems. Whether you have a Windows 10 or Windows 11 operating system, you will be able to access the Apple apps on your Samsung laptops. In contrast to using Apple services on a web browser, the latest UI design will be introduced that will enhance the operation of the apps and improve the user experience. Early beta preview versions of the Apple apps will be available on the Microsoft store. Whereas the stable versions of the Apple apps are set to release by next year. If you are a Samsung user, and you wish to use or you already use Apple services, then you would be grateful for this move.
Apple aims to relocate its priorities from hardware sales to revenue from subscriptions thus broadening its services. Apple has already taken the first step towards its new policy as we know how Apple introduced AirPlay 2 features to smart TV brands including Sony, LG, Philips, and Hitachi.
Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.