Phone Link
Phone Link

Everyone can now access Phone Link for iPhone sync on Windows users

What To Know

  • Microsoft has completed the rollout of Phone Link support for iPhones on Windows 11, making it available to all users.
  • To get started with Link, simply search for “Phone Link” in the Windows taskbar, open the app, and follow the setup instructions on both your iPhone and PC.
  • Select iPhone as your device type, scan the QR code in the Link app using your phone’s camera, and grant the necessary permissions on both devices.
  • With Phone Link now accessible to all Windows 11 users, iPhone users can enjoy the benefits of seamless synchronization and enhanced connectivity between their devices.

Experience seamless iPhone synchronization on Windows with the newly available Phone Link feature. Now accessible to all users, enjoy effortless connectivity and data transfer between your iPhone and Windows devices.

Microsoft has completed the rollout of Phone Link support for iPhones on Windows 11, making it available to all users. This feature, initially announced in February, enables seamless syncing of calls, contacts, and messages between iPhones and PCs, including limited iMessage support.

While Link has been around for Android-synced desktop features since 2015, this marks the first time it has supported iPhones. The release was done in phases, starting with Windows Insider preview testers in late February and gradually expanding to all Windows 11 users by mid-May.

Phone Link for iPhone does have some limitations compared to Android phones. Although it supports iMessage syncing, group chats, sending images and videos, voice messages, and iMessage apps are not supported. Nonetheless, it serves as a convenient built-in service, eliminating the need to constantly switch between your computer and phone.

To get started with Link, simply search for “Phone Link” in the Windows taskbar, open the app, and follow the setup instructions on both your iPhone and PC. Select iPhone as your device type, scan the QR code in the Link app using your phone’s camera, and grant the necessary permissions on both devices. Link supports any iPhone running iOS 14.0 or later.

With Phone Link now accessible to all Windows 11 users, iPhone users can enjoy the benefits of seamless synchronization and enhanced connectivity between their devices.

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