How to set up and use Handoff on your Mac

Posted by phil on Jeudi nov 10, 2016 Under IPAD, The IPhone Blog

With Handoff, part of Apple’s Continuity features, you can start something on one devices (like an iMessage on your IPHONE) and finish it off on another (like your Mac or IPAD). Handoff makes it not only possible to move your activities between your devices without interrupting your workflow, but it makes it easy to do! Updated Nov. 8, 2016 Handoff requirements Handoff broadcasts activities using Bluetooth Low Energy (BT LE) and transfers them using Wi-Fi, either directly or via iCloud. In order to use Handoff, your Mac(s) and your other device need to be: Using a Mac that supports Bluetooth LE (Anything mid-2012 or later) Logged into the same Apple ID (iCloud account) on all your devices.\ Connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Running OS X Yosemite 10.10 or later Bluetooth LE is required because it both uses very little power and it only works within a very close range. You want Handoff to always be available, but not unnecessarily draining your battery. Likewise, you only want d…

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