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Microsoft's 'Phone Link' app for iOS is now rolling out to all Windows 11 customers

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Although Microsoft has been talking about 'Phone Link' for iOS was coming, today Microsoft made it official. Microsoft Phone Link for iOS on Windows 11 is beginning to rollout to our global audience in 39 languages across 85 markets. 

Microsoft recently announced that Windows 11 was expanding our Phone Link feature to enable the connection between a Windows 11 PC and an iOS mobile device with the goal of removing barriers between your phone and PC and making it easier to connect to the people you care about most.

Being able to effortlessly connect to friends and family during important times is critical so Microsoft took a conservative approach to launching this update.  To ensure the highest quality experience for their users, they asked their Windows Insiders to engage and provide feedback during the preview phase.  Microsoft heard positive feedback such as “this is exactly what I’ve been hoping for on my Windows PC” and they're excited to begin a gradual rollout to their Windows 11 audience with all users enabled by mid-May.

Phone Link removes barriers between a Windows 11 PC and your mobile device

With the ability to now make this PC/iOS Phone connection, they hope that Windows 11 customers will never have to worry about missing an important phone call or text while focusing on their Windows PC.  Once enabled by the Windows 11 customer, Phone Link for iOS will offer basic iOS support for calls, messages and access to contacts.  This means if your phone is tucked away during a presentation or focus time, you’ll receive notifications on your Windows PC and can choose which action to take – all on your Windows 11 PC. Need access to your iPhone® photos on your PC? Our iCloud® integration with Photos makes this a simple process – all within the Photos app in Windows 11.

How to get started using Phone Link on Windows 11 PCs

To begin using Phone Link or to check if it’s enabled, simply start with the Search box on your Windows taskbar to find “Phone Link.”  You'll be prompted to download the app and then a guided step-by-step installation will pop-up, choose iOS, and then follow the instructions to set it up. 

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