xCloud: Microsoft says internally it will bring the service to iPhone and iPad in 2021 | Apple | streaming

Apple and the games by streaming they are trying to improve their relationships. Due to criticism for their official position, those of Cupertino have announced that they will allow video game transmission services through the cloud to reach iPhone Y iPad on the condition that your games are released individually in your store App Store and companies group them in a mother application. However, Microsoft has a better plan.

The video game division Xbox launched the service xCloud last September 15 for Android mobiles, but not for iOS due to its regulations. However, for the leader of this section, Phil Spencer, “They will absolutely end up in such a system.”

In a meeting with Microsoft employees, Spencer announced that the company has every intention of bringing this project to Apple teams, targeting 2021, under “a direct browser-based solution”, according Business Insider.

On the other hand, The Verge reported that, at the same meeting, Spencer said that streaming with Game Pass would also hit Windows 10 PCs next year.

Microsoft last month added a new key feature to its Xbox Game Pass, its Netflix-style subscription service that gives Xbox and PC gamers access to a vast catalog of games. Thanks to xCloud, Game Pass subscribers can stream many of the included titles directly to their Android phones or tablets, without the need for a console.

Former Apple App Store director Phil Shoemaker, according to a report the subcommittee released this week, claimed that Apple doesn’t allow services like Game Pass. because they compete directly with Apple’s own subscription service, Apple Arcade.

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