Microsoft and YouTube are working to prevent any further cloud services from being downloaded onto Apple devices, Microsoft said Monday.
Apple devices are capable of downloading the services as long as they’re connected to the same network as the device itself, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said during a keynote address at Microsoft’s Build conference in San Francisco.
But when the services are downloaded to an Apple device, those services will no longer be available to consumers.
Apple has yet to say whether it plans to remove or remove CloudX and CloudX Foxtrot from its device list, Nadell said.
But Nadello said Microsoft is working to ensure consumers don’t have to worry about downloading or downloading CloudX services onto Apple products, saying that it’s working to protect consumers and developers from unauthorized downloads.
“We’ve been working with Apple to make sure they can get it working, but we’re still working to make it work for other devices,” NadeLL said.
Apple says CloudX is not malware.