Intel announced at its latest conference that it wants to work on developing features to support i-masg and iOS health app in Windows on Evo-licensed devices that the company grants to computer manufacturers based on certain conditions. Intel said it wants to work “with partners” to ensure that these features work smoothly, but is Apple satisfied with this cooperation? It seems unlikely. If Apple wanted to support i-massage on Windows, it would have launched its own app without the need for Intel.
So Intel may be trying to support the feature informally by circumventing technology from a company that has been making a sync app that Intel has long acquired. I smell issues from my place.