Following the newest October 2018 update for Windows 10, Windows consumers for iCloud are facing compatibility problems. As underlined by Windows Latest, the newest edition of Windows 10 is unsuited with the newest edition of iCloud. But Apple and Microsoft are claimed to be operating together to solve those problems.
When Windows consumers attempt to use the newest edition of iCloud after updating to the October 2018 build for Windows 10, they are presented with a message of error. That notification claims that iCloud for Windows “needs Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows 10 (April 2018 Update) and earlier.”
For those consumers who already had the application downloaded before the newest update for Windows 10, there are various problems with other features including Photos syncing. On its support webpage in a post, Microsoft claims it is blocking consumers with the application already downloaded from upgrading to the October 2018 build for Windows 10. Moreover, Microsoft claims that it is operating with Apple to “offer a compatible iteration” of iCloud for consumers.
On a related note, a group of ex-Microsoft Corp and ex-Apple Inc employees earlier rolled out a firm to trade security cameras for vehicles. Earlier Owl rolled out its dashboard-placed video camera that can look into the outside and inside of the car. The device has its personal sensors and Internet connection that allows it record video if the car goes under a fender bender or break-in while vacant. Owl has lifted $18 Million in venture capital from Menlo Ventures, Khosla Ventures, and others.
In a statement with the media, Andy Hodge, the CEO of the company and part of the original squad responsible for the Apple iPod, claimed that Internet-linked security cameras for the home have turned out to be more common. One of the instances for such cameras is Nest Cam of Alphabet Inc, which he also assisted develop the first edition.