How to Use AirDrop on Mac

Ask anyone who has a Mac, iPhone, or iPad and can prove that AirDrop is always a lifesaver.


The ability to transfer files wirelessly and quickly between Apple devices has dispelled the controversy.


You don't need to figure out how to email large files (like videos) to send them to someone—and there's no need to upload anything to some cloud service.


With AirDrop, Apple AirDrop creates a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi connection between two devices in the exchange.


These devices communicate directly and may not use the same Internet connection.

Use a Mac introduced in 2012 or later running macOS Yosemite or later.


Both devices are within 30 feet of each other - both with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled.


There's no file size limit when using AirDrop, but just be aware that large transfers can take several minutes to complete.


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