Sunday, 26 March 2017

How to Enable Airdrop to iPhone on Older MacBooks How to Enable Airdrop to iPhone on Older MacBooks

If you still use an older MacBook, you would have already realized there are certain things you are unable to do due to hardware limitations. Although old MacBooks still run the latest version of macOS, there are certain features introduced since OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 you won’t be able to use due to lack of necessary hardware support. One of these is the Continuity feature that lets you “handoff” tasks from one Apple device to another.
For instance, you could be surfing the web on Safari and simply “handoff” to your iPad. Or you could simply copy some text on your Mac and just paste on the iPhone as if it was on the iPhone’s clipboard. Continuity works best with devices on the same WiFi network and signed in to the same iCloud account. For older Macbooks though, this isn’t possible.
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