Because of Apple’s strategy problem, Microsoft encountered many obstacles in the process of promoting its own game service xcloud to IOS platform. In a recent interview, Xbox director Phil Spencer said in a recent interview that they were discussing the matter and promised consumers that they would definitely bring xcloud into Apple’s huge ecosystem. < / P > < p > “we promise to bring xcloud to all mobile devices, including Apple’s huge ecosystem. For the consumers there – and the people I see on twitter who keep asking about it – they just need to know that we’re going to get there. We are committed to this. ” < / P > < p > Microsoft launched xcloud cloud game service last week and is currently only available on Android devices. According to the relevant policies of Apple App store, apps can’t rely on streaming media from the cloud, which means cloud game services like xcloud can’t be hosted in the IOS app store, and cloud services such as Google stadia and NVIDIA geforce can’t run on Apple’s mobile terminal. < / P > < p > Apple recently adjusted its strategy to allow xcloud and stadia to stay in the app store, but with some conditions attached. Games in streaming services must be downloaded separately from the app store, and streaming services must prevent subscribers from buying more than one game at a time. SpaceX beat blue origin and Northrop Grumman to win a $316 million air force contract