Microsoft’s Phone Link has been improved and is now the best way to sync your mobile device to your PC, but it was previously only limited to Android phones with the Phone Link app. There wasn’t an official way to connect your iPhone to Windows 11, but now there is an alternative way. Intel has launched the Intel Unisoc, which allows you to sync your mobile device, including iPhone, with Windows.

This was first announced in November 2022 and is now officially available for everyone. The company has said that it is currently working on Intel Evo 12th Gen laptops, but it is reportedly also expanding to work on some Surface devices as well. It is worth checking out, as Windows Central reports that they were able to successfully install the Intel Unisoc on a Qualcomm ARM-based laptop.

This app is officially available on the Microsoft Store to install the Intel Unisoc on Windows 11. If you have an Android or iOS device, you can go to the Google Play Store or Apple App Store, respectively, to download the app on your smartphone. Users have reported that the Intel Unisoc app works better than Microsoft’s Phone Link in terms of connectivity and other functions, such as receiving notifications, browsing photos, sending and receiving files, and sending and receiving text messages. To use these features, you will need to pair your mobile device with your system once.

Without saying, it does work with Wi-Fi Direct connectivity, but it does require Bluetooth pairing to complete the pair. The setup process and functionality are quite similar to Microsoft Phone Link, but it does work with both Android and iOS. One con is that you can pair multiple devices on Microsoft Phone Link, while Intel Unisoc only allows you to connect a single smartphone. We would like to know your valuable opinion and feedback. Please share with us in the comment section below. Stay tuned for more updates in the future on this.