Improve your productivity with the continuity protocol between macOS and iOS

Continuity in macOS Mojave window

If there is one thing that Apple has always been clear about, it is that their operating systems make a difference and it is they themselves that make the different devices that Apple presents as successful as they are. In this article we are going to tell you how the new link of the continuity protocol between macOS and iOS and is that now it is much easier to get a photo or a scanned document from your iPad or iPhone. 

Let's put ourselves in the situation and suppose that we are making a document in which we want to introduce a certain photograph of what we are seeing at that moment. Well, with MacOs Mojave and iOS 12 it is very easy if not automatic. 

To be able to have a photo taken with your iPhone or with your iPad automatically, in MacOs Mojave we just have to right-click on the desktop and scroll to the option of "Import from iPhone" or "Import from iPad or iPhone" if both devices are within your reach. When we click on that option, a menu is displayed in which gives us the option of taking a photo or a document ladder. 

If we click on making a forum, the iPhone screen automatically turns on in the Camera application to be able to capture the image. When we take the photo and accept it on the iPhone, the image instantly appears on the Mac desktop to be used.

If, on the other hand, we press a document on the ladder, the iPhone scan option opens, we scan the pages we deem appropriate, We accept and the document magically appears in pdf on the Mac desktop. 

Of course, be careful because you must be under the same WiFi network so that everything is transparent and fast. Now you have to try it and if you have MacOs Mojave and iOS 12 start to make use of this new functionality. 

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