Setting Up An Apple EcoSystem.

Do You Own The Best Of Apple Products But Did’nt Know How To Get The Best Of The Apple Eco System??

Set Up Handoff:

  • Make Sure All Your Devices Use The Same Apple ID.
  • Make Sure Each device has Bluetooth turned on.
  • Each Mac, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch has Wi-Fi turned on.
  • Each device has Handoff turned on:
    • Mac: Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click General. Select “Allow Handoff between this Mac and your iCloud devices.”
    • iPhone, iPad, iPod touch: Go to Settings > General > Handoff, then turn on Handoff.
    • Apple Watch: In the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, tap General and turn on Enable Handoff.

 

Set up Universal Clipboard

  • Make Sure All Your Devices Use The Same Apple ID.
  • Make Sure Each device has Bluetooth turned on.
  • Each device has Wi-Fi turned on.
  • Each device has Handoff turned on:
    • Mac: Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click General. Select “Allow Handoff between this Mac and your iCloud devices.”
    • iPhone, iPad, iPod touch: Go to Settings > General > Handoff, then turn on Handoff.

 

 

Set up iPhone Cellular Calls

  • Make Sure All Your Devices Use The Same Apple ID.
  • Each device is signed in to FaceTime with the same Apple ID.
  • Each device has Wi-Fi turned on.
  • Each device is connected to the same network using Wi-Fi or Ethernet.
  • On iPhone, go to Settings > Phone > Calls on Other Devices, then turn on Allow Calls on Other Devices.
  • On iPad or iPod touch, go to Settings > FaceTime, then turn on Calls from iPhone.
  • On Mac, open the FaceTime app, then choose FaceTime > Preferences. Click Settings, then select Calls From iPhone.
  1. Make sure that your devices are set up as follows:
  • Your Mac has Bluetooth turned on.
  • Your Mac has Wi-Fi turned on.
  • Your Mac and Apple Watch are signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID.
    On your Mac, choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click iCloud.
    On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch app, then go to General > Apple ID.
  • Your Apple Watch is using a passcode.
    On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch app, then tap Passcode.
  • Your Mac isn’t using Internet sharing or screen sharing.
  • Your Mac has ”Allow your Apple Watch to unlock your Mac” selected in Security & Privacy preferences.
*Minimum Requirements 
Apple Watch using watchOS 3 or later.
Mid-2013 or newer Mac using macOS Sierra or later.
Using Auto Unlock with Apple Watch Series 3 requires macOS High Sierra.

 

Use Instant Hotspot

To connect to your Personal Hotspot:

  • On Mac, use the Wi-Fi status menu  in the menu bar to choose the name of the iPhone or iPad providing your Personal Hotspot .
  • On iPad, iPod touch, or even another iPhone, go to Settings > Wi-Fi, then tap the name of the iPhone or iPad providing your Personal Hotspot .

If you’re asked for a password when connecting, make sure that your devices are set up as described above. The Wi-Fi status icon  in the menu bar shows the Personal Hotspot icon as long as your device remains connected to your Personal Hotspot.

 

 

Source: Apple.com

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