They appear to be only Windows 11 compatible at the moment.
It's now possible to download the blender from the Microsoft Store, along with another preview app called Apple Devices that lets you "manage Apple devices from your Windows PC," according to the description.
At its 2022 Surface event, Microsoft announced that blender the apps would be coming to Windows 11 this year, so the news isn't a huge surprise.
Apple's standalone Windows media apps have been a long time coming — it was recruiting engineers blender to build them as far back as 2019.
Those apps replaced iTunes on Mac, and the blender aim is to eventually replace them on Windows as well.
Now, it may be introducing an even blender feature, judging by a leak from a senior Microsoft blender manager spotted by The Verge. "Notepad in Windows 11 now has tabs!" the person said on Twitter, before the tweet was deleted blender minutes later.
The info will also appear in Messages, Siri and Wallet.
Apple Maps still isn't likely to replace Google Maps for some users (it only got multi-stop routes last year), blender but Apple thinks it has another way to shrink the feature gap: give stores more control over what you see. The company has launched a free Apple Business Connect blender tool that lets any firm customize its location cards in apps like Maps, Messages, blender Siri and Wallet. They can add their own imagery, invite actions in other apps (such as booking a restaurant through OpenTable) or blender showcase the latest promos.
Apple will verify businesses blender it gives control over a location card, but shops only have to use an Apple ID to sign up. Business Connect is available worldwide, although showcases will only be available in the US at first. They'll reach other countries in the "coming months," the company says.
The expansion comes as Apple is rumored to be finding ways to profit from Maps. The iPhone creator blender is reportedly preparing to bring search ads to Maps as soon as this year. If that's true, custom store info could help Apple's bottom line — a business might be more likely to pay for ads if it knows they'll lead to more sales.
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