Using Continuity Camera and Continuity Sketch With Your iPhone or iPad and Your Mac

While working on your Mac, you can use your iPhone or iPad to take photos, scan documents and draw sketches. The result will end up as files on your Mac, being saved directly from the iOS device to your Mac. You can also insert these images directly into documents in some apps. You can also use this to create signatures in Preview.

Comments: 4 Responses to “Using Continuity Camera and Continuity Sketch With Your iPhone or iPad and Your Mac”

    Vaman Kale
    4 weeks ago

    This was awesome. Most useful tip. Especially signing a PDF, which used to be such a pain.

    Ric
    4 weeks ago

    Thank you for this very useful tip. However when I try to use it my phone does not show, only my ipod and ipad. My phone is iphone XR. Bluetooth is turned on and all are on 2 factor auth. I get the same result in all apps, finder, notes etc. How can I get the phone to show on the dropdown menu. Thanks

    4 weeks ago

    Ric: Try things. Restart devices. Connect with a cable to see if it shows up after that. Etc.

    Ric
    4 weeks ago

    Thanks Gary, the cable worked like a charm. I’m looking forward to discarding tons of paper. I enjoy seeing your tips every day and hearing you on TEH every week, and I’m working my way through your tutorials.Thanks again for your help.

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