Microsoft confirms Continuum for Phones will support touch screens
Connection above and behind the Lock Screen is also coming
Microsoft is about to improve the Continuum for Phones feature in the upcoming Anniversary update for Windows 10. The company already released a new ‘Connect’ app for Insiders who can connect their Continuum phones wirelessly to a PC and unleash the Continuum experience without cables or a dock.
Microsoft is now working on adding more features to Continuum for Phones. A leaked roadmap confirms upcoming support for touchscreens. Touch input will be supported when the phone is connected to a touch monitor.
Projecting to PCs will be enhanced with connection above and behind the Lock Screen. Microsoft also describes Continuum scenarios when the phone is powering Laptop-like accessories without OS or CPU.