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Oct 27, 2019 Using iMessage on PC via macOS Mojave in VirtualBox After the macOS Mojave installation has completed, click on the “iMessage” icon at the bottom of the screen. Checkout the screenshot below to give you an idea of how the icon looks like. Windows 8’s friendly Messaging app on your Surface lets you type back and forth with any contact listed in your People app. It even handles the mechanics of facilitating inter-program banter: Your friend could be typing into Facebook’s instant messaging window while you’re typing back in the Messaging app’s window. To type messages back and.

Mar 25, 2019 Select the iMessage tab in the pop-up panel. Enable your account if needed. Enable Messages in iCloud if needed. Activate the phone number and email addresses where you can be reached.

To navigate iTunes, use the buttons in the navigation bar at the top of the iTunes window. To switch to a media type, like Music, Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, or Audiobooks, click the pop-up menu in the upper-left corner.

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Manually manage and sync your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

You can use iTunes for Windows to back up and update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, and to sync content from your computer to your device.

You can also use iCloud for Windows to access your photos, contacts, calendars, files, and more across all of your devices.

Change settings and manage your account

  • Choose Account > View My Account to view information about your purchase history, manage your subscriptions, change your payment information, and more.
  • Choose Account > Sign Out to sign out of iTunes with your Apple ID and remove access to your content from iTunes.
  • Choose Edit > Preferences to change things like your language, set restrictions, and more.

If you change your language in iTunes, you might have to quit iTunes and reopen it.

Need help?

  • If you need help downloading iTunes from the Microsoft Store or managing iTunes on Windows 10, contact Microsoft.
  • If you need help using iTunes or any of its features, contact Apple Support.

Learn more

  • Find more information about iTunes for Windows in the iTunes user guide.
  • Learn how to use Restrictions to block or limit access to excplicit content in the iTunes Store.
  • If you download iTunes from the Microsoft Store, iTunes will automatically update when a new version is available. Learn more about updating iTunes.
  • On a Chromebook, you can download the Apple Music app from the Google Play Store.
  • On a Mac with the latest version of macOS, use the Apple Music app, Apple TV app, Apple Podcasts, Apple Books, or Finder instead of iTunes.

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New guy here, looked through the forum to see if this has already been asked/solved, couldn't find anything so forgive me if it has.
I work in IT support and my company recently bought us Sufrace Pro 4's as an all in one device, minus the cell phone. The Sufrace is great, does nearly everything I want it to, but the one annoying thing is being able to carry it around with me, do everything I need, and still have to continually take my iPhone out of my pocket/holster to read/respond to text messages. Does anyone know of a way to forward/sync text messages from in iPhone to a Windows device without jailbreaking the (company's) phone?