“AirDrop now works beautifully between a Mac and an iPhone, or a Mac and an iPad,” Jeff Benjamin reports for iDownloadBlog. “It’s a great way to make quick transmissions between local devices.”
“To use AirDrop, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi must be enabled on both devices, but the devices don’t have to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network,” Benjamin reports. “You can manage AirDrop discovery on your Mac by clicking on the AirDrop folder in the Finder.”
“To send a file to your iPhone from your Mac, simply drag it on your iPhone’s icon in the AirDrop folder in the Finder,” Benjamin reports. “You can also use the share extensions found in OS X Yosemite to send files via AirDrop.”
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