Microsoft CEO welcomes 'Apple genuine apps coming to Windows 11'
On June 25, 2021, Microsoft announced the next major version of Windows, Windows 11 . In line with this, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal that the direction Windows 11 is aiming for is 'welcome Apple's genuine apps for Windows 11.'
Microsoft CEO invites Apple's iMessage to the Windows 11 Store --9to5Mac
It was announced that a new Android app will work on Windows 11.
According to Microsoft, Android apps downloaded from the 'Amazon App Store' integrated with its own app store, Microsoft Store, will be able to run natively on Windows 11.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, CEO Nadella said the partnership between the Microsoft Store and the Amazon App Store is open to all apps, not just Android apps. It was. In an interview, CEO Nadella said, 'We have the ability to have multiple markets. We want to create great markets and we welcome other markets as well.'
Apple-related media, 9to5Mac, reported to Microsoft, which seeks to partner with all app stores, that 'Apple seems to be on a completely different path.' Apple makes it possible to obtain applications only from its own app store, the App Store, which is described as ' for user safety.' However, in 2020, Epic Games and government agencies have pointed out that 'Apple has a monopoly', and the Japan Fair Trade Commission will also proceed with its own investigation.
Apple's App Store is under investigation by antitrust law in Japan, developers point out other problems-GIGAZINE
The Wall Street Journal is also asking CEO Nadella about the potential for Apple's unique software and services to appear in the Microsoft Store for Windows 11. In response to this question, CEO Nadella said, 'We want to do anything to make Windows 11 better. What Apple wants to do on the platform of Windows is iTunes delivery or iMessage. We welcome it, whether it's delivery or whatever, 'he said, welcoming genuine Apple applications for Windows 11.
You can check the interview with Nadella CEO by The Wall Street Journal in the following movie.
Windows 11: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on the New'Start' of the PC (Exclusive) | WSJ --YouTube