Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore Explains Why Apple Was Forced to Love Windows 10
Friday, 19 May 2017 One of the most surprising news unveiled by Microsoft at the Build developer conference earlier this month was that Apple is bringing iTunes to the Windows Store, even though Cupertino itself hasn’t actually been a big supporter of Redmond’s modern operating systems. But by launching iTunes in the Windows Store, Apple can also go after users of Windows 10 S, Microsoft’s new Windows version that’s specifically aimed at the education market and which is restricted to Store apps exclusively. In an interview with BI, Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore explains how Windows 10 S forced Apple to support Windows 10, pointing out that the software giant expects some other tech companies to do the same and bring their apps to the Windows Store in the n...
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