Intel announced a program called Unison, designed to connect smartphones controlled by iOS and Android to computers on Intel processors, the main functions of mobile devices are available directly on PC.
After Unison accesses the PC to four main phone functions: making and receiving calls, sharing photos and files -- they are displayed at the Unison Special Gallery on the PC, receiving and sending text messages, and receiving other notifications and, in some cases, being able to respond to them.
Vice-President Intel for Mobile Innovation, Josh Newman, noted that because of Apple restrictions, certain Unison functions would be slightly limited when interfaced with iPhone, writing The Verge, in particular with regard to text messages, as well as the ability to manage application notifications from outside developers.
In the initial phase, Unison will be able to use a small percentage of 12th generation processors' laptops produced by Acer, HP and Lenovo under Intel Evo. With the release of 13th generation chip computers, the presence of the program will increase significantly.
The most important advantage of MacBook for iPhone users is the user-friendly devices to connect the devices, and Intel has decided to implement some of these capabilities on computers with its chips, providing synchronic opportunities for both iPhone and Android telephone owners.