After the acquisition of Screenovate, Intel wants to now provide support for iOS and Android devices on Windows. Taking cues from Screenovate, Intel has committed to creating an Evo brand of certification for Windows PCs. The certified computers from the company would have the liberty of integrating mobile devices. Besides support for foldable devices and WiFi 6E, the company might include iPhone and Apple Watch integration in Windows PCs.
The Evo certified computers would be able to connect to an iPhone to display text messages and even iMessages. Furthermore, Windows computers in the future might be able to display health data from the Apple Watch series.
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During the Intel at CES 2022 keynote, the chipmaker specifically showcased how iPhones would interact with Windows PCs after the Evo certification. Even though Apple does not, and likely will not, allow third-party access to the Messages app, Intel showcased iPhone users accessing their texts and messages on Windows. Furthermore, Apple Watch integration would let users access health data from the Health app on iOS via the connected iPhone.
Though this is great news for iPhone users owning Windows PCs, it is highly unlikely that Apple would allow an unofficial way to display data from iOS devices. Even in the past, when Intel had intended for iPhone integration on other devices, Apple has never expressed any interest in the matter. What do you think? Do you think the integration of Apple and Windows is likely? Do let us know in the comments!