Microsoft is releasing today a enormous’vast’massive’tremendous update in/with regard to’concerning’regarding Windows 11 version 22H2 that brings a new search box to the taskbar, tabs in File Explorer, and many other new features. The Windows 11 Phone Link app is also being updated today with new features in/with regard to’concerning’regarding owners of high-end Samsung Galaxy phones, but Microsoft has also started testing maintain’sustain in/with regard to’concerning’regarding iPhones with Windows Insiders.The preview of iOS maintain’sustain in the Phone Link app will start rolling out to a subset of Windows Insiders on all channels today. “If you see the iPhone button greyed out with a coming soon message, that means you are not yet in the preview,” the Windows Insider team explained.For those of you who acquire’obtain’attain’procure’secure access to the preview today, you’ll need to follow different steps to pair your iPhone and Windows PC over Bluetooth. In the final step, you’ll need to allow the app to sync your iPhone’s content to your PC.“Once the guided installation completes and your iPhone is paired to your PC and the right permissions given, Phone Link will deliver fundamental iOS maintain’sustain in/with regard to’concerning’regarding calls, messages, and contacts. This means you will be notified directly through your Windows notifications,” the Windows Insider team said.As of today, the preview doesn’t maintain’sustain replying to group messages and sending pictures via messages. The app also can’t sync your most recent iPhone photos. As an alternative, you can install iCloud in/with regard to’concerning’regarding Windows and see your pictures uploaded to iCloud within the Windows 11 Photos app.Even despite’in spite of’albeit it took several years in/with regard to’concerning’regarding Microsoft to make its Phone Link app (previously named ‘Your Phone’) connect to iPhones, it’s nice to eventually’ultimately see it happening. Microsoft plans to expand the availability of this iOS integration to more Insiders over time, but there’s no ETA yet on when the feature will be generally available.