For the fourth installment of my PC World series of switching from using a Mac to running a Windows 10 laptop, I take a look at how to make your iOS devices play nice with your new operating system.
Just because you're just enchanted with your Mac doesn't mean you should forgo your other iThings. I maintain that iOS is fabulous. With a gazillion apps to meet most any need, passable multi-tasking capabilities, an easy-to-navigate interface make it a win for anyone that wants to work or play on the go. So too the hardware: Unlike Android devices (or god help you, a Windows Phone,) which enjoy only limited updates from Google, an iPhone or iPad enjoy year's worth of updates OS updates. And then there's the hardware itself: It's well made and wears well, provided you're not an idiot with it. What I'm getting at is that it's excellent gear that will serve you well for years. My iPad Pro is the best travel computer that I've ever used. My only regret is that I didn't invest in the larger model to make photo editing an easier go.
Anyway, there I go rambling. If you're keen on continuing to use your Apple-branded phone or tablet with your PC, you can check out my tips for doing so, here.