support of the Microsoft Phone Link app is now available to all Windows 11 users. This feature was initially released in preview version in March and has gradually been pushed to general users since last month. Microsoft estimated that everyone would be able to use this new feature by mid-May, so timing seems to have worked out just right.
The Android support of Phone Link has been online since 2015, but only now supports iPhone phones, providing sync support for calls, contacts, messages, and some iMessage. However, compared to Android phones, iPhone support still has some limitations, such as being unable to send images or videos through iMessage, cannot send voice messages, and cannot join group chats. Nevertheless, at least in the office environment, it is still convenient to be able to see messages or answer calls without having to look down.
To activate it, first find the Phone Link app, select iPhone as the device type, and then use your phone's camera to scan the QR code displayed on the Phone Link app. After that, the device will connect via Bluetooth and, after confirming both sides' permission, should be able to be used. This feature supports all iPhone models above iOS 14.0.
anyone of you try it yet?
and does it work with sscreen reader?