Panos has stated that Windows Insiders will soon be able to try out a preview of Phone Link for iOS on Windows 11. Before the public release, the preview will be made available to Insiders who have opted their device into one of the three Insider Channels under Settings > Windows Update > Windows Insider Program.
Go here to join the Windows Insider Program if you're new to it. All Insiders won't be able to watch the preview at once because we're starting with a small percentage of you and rolling it out gradually over the course of this week.
Over time and depending on feedback from this initial group of Insiders, we plan to provide access to the preview for a wider audience of users. The preview itself will be managed in the cloud, but you'll need at least the Phone Link app version 1.23012.169.0 to access it.
Beginning for Insiders who receive the Preview
You can select your iPhone from the list of devices available on the Phone Link homepage if you are an Insider who has been given access to the iOS preview (in addition to choosing an Android device). As a reminder, you are not yet in the preview if the iPhone button is disabled and a coming soon notice appears.
When you select iPhone, the setup wizard will help you set up the connection between your device and the speaker. Step-by-step instructions will be provided to help you establish a Bluetooth connection between your iPhone and computer.
If you want to get started, all you have to do is scan the QR code displayed on your screen, and then follow the on-screen prompts to verify that your phone and computer are within range of one another.
To know what is Phone Link for iPhone users on Windows 11? Click here.
Next, check that the code in the Phone Link corresponds to the one displayed on your iPhone. When you're done pairing, we'll ask for permission to transfer all your media to Phone Link.
This is the final step. The iPhone's Bluetooth settings are where you'll find the prompt to allow access to Phone Link. In order to have your iPhone's notifications and contacts sync properly with Phone Link, you must do this.
After following the on-screen prompts to set up a Bluetooth connection between your iOS device and computer, and after granting the necessary rights, Phone Link will provide support for making and receiving calls, sending and receiving texts, and accessing your address book on your iOS device.
It signifies that Windows will send you a notification immediately. Unfortunately, you can't send media attachments or respond to group texts using Phone Link. If you have any problems when trying this out on your iPhone, please let Apple know by going to the App Store and selecting Phone Link from the menu.
Visit this thread on the Microsoft Tech Community forum to see a list of issues, and to get help from the Phone Link Team troubleshooting those issues.