“The catch is of course that making use of these features requires certain hardware,” Barbosa writes. “Therefore, Macs from before about 2010/11 appear not to support some or all of the new functionality.”
“However, it turns out there is a way to enable Continuity on your older hardware,” Barbosa writes. “In this guide we’ll go through how to do it. The software we will be using is called Continuity Activation Tool, and it fools macOS into believing its hardware is compatible with Continuity’s requirements.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Continuity powers, activate!