Dell To Allow Apple Users Control iPhones From Their Laptop
Dell To Allow Apple Users Control iPhones From Their Laptop.
In recent technological news updated from Dell Technologies, it states that the tech company is working on enhancing its laptop to become more attractive to the iPhone users today.
Per recent information sighted, Dell is about to unveil a software that will let its users to mirror the screen of their iPhone on their Dell laptops to surf through files and folders of their choice.
According to Dell, the new-to-release software will require the download of an iPhone app and works with Dell XPS, Inspiron, Vostro and Alienware laptops running on Windows 10 operating system.
As this feature is not yet released, the laptop company made it clearly that it will be unveiling this in the coming months as an update to Dell’s Mobile Connect software, which included identical functionality for Android devices 2 years ago.
This feature as an update from the company, will help a lot to enable Dell laptop owners drag files from their iPhone to their personal laptops and computers.
With this, you have the chance to drag files from your iPhone to your personal computer such; pictures, clips, musics, files and other conveniently.
Dell computers has been noted as the third-largest personal computer makers in world, and sees the software as a way to get more customers in purchasing their products. This is due to the fact that, Apple has offered integration between its Mac computers and iPhones for quiet number of years making it easy in file transfer, messaging and calls but not with screen mirroring feature.
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