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Tech Tip: Using Handoff to Transfer Files Between Devices

Handoff is a tool that was designed into Apple’s operating systems to make it easy to copy and paste things like text and images between devices or answer a call coming into your iPhone on your Mac. It’s part of an overall scheme called Continuity that was developed by Apple to let users start work on one device, then continue on another. Did you know that Handoff also works well to transfer files? In this tech tip, we’ll show you how to transfer files from one Apple device to another easily.

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How to Sync Messages Across Your Mac, iPhone​, and iPad

Recently, after upgrading to a 16-inch MacBook Pro, I noticed that Messages sent from my iPhone didn’t appear on my Mac, and vice versa. It took me a while to figure out the problem. However, I did. If you're facing the same problem, here’s what you should do.

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🚀 TipOff #25: Use Continuity Camera on a Mac

Continuity Camera was introduced with MacOS Mojave. Continuity Camera was introduced with MacOS Mojave. This feature allows users to take a picture or scan directly into a document with their iPhone or iPad. Continuity Camera can be used in any...

A Complete Guide to Universal Clipboard in macOS High Sierra

Are you familiar with Universal Clipboard? It's a feature of Apple's Continuity initiative, making it possible to copy text, photos and videos from one Mac to paste them to another. With the release of macOS High Sierra, Apple added the...

Tech Tip: The Telltale Signs of Handoff

One of the more intriguing features that appeared with iOS 8 and Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite was something called Continuity, the ability for iOS and OS X apps to communicate with each other to create a seamless flow of...